Once you begin a relationship with God through faith in Jesus, you are adopted into His family and permanently become His child. While your earthly relationships can shift and change so much that it seems like nothing endures very long, Scripture assures us that our relationship with Him never changes! He declares Himself to be our Unwavering, Constant, Immovable …Everlasting… Father. (Is. 9:6)

But don’t get confused as to why Jesus is assigned this title here. Instead of this prophesy being a muddled description of the Trinity, Isaiah used lofty language remind us of the divine nature of the coming Messiah. In the New Testament, Jesus is clearly revealed as the Eternal God (John 1:1) and through His life, death and resurrection, He demonstrated His loving and “fatherly” care and concern for all who are His. (John 10) As the 19th century preacher Charles Spurgeon once said, “There is no un-fathering Christ, and there is no un-childing us. He is everlastingly a father to those who trust in Him.” Rest assured that nothing “in all creation will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Rom 8:39)

This Christmas, turn toward your Everlasting Father. Take delight in Him because the steadfast promise for believers in Jesus is that your God will ‘never leave you nor forsake you.’ (Heb. 13:5)

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