Nature Of God – Ishwar Putra Arun


God is watching your sorrows and listening to your cries. He will soon turn them into joy and laughter. He will listen to your prayers, He will heal your diseases, He will change your pain, He will change your tears and He will give you tears of joy. He will give you joy instead of lamentations. He came down for this purpose with the new name of “Lord Kalki”. He will give joy for all the lament cries you have shed. He will give you a joy but this world cannot give. He will give you the miracles that your heart desires.
God made Himself of no reputation, and took upon Him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men. (Bible, Philippians 2:7) Because change is everywhere around us at all times on this earth and among human beings, it is difficult for us to grasp the eternal and unchanging nature and person of God.
Nothing about our Lord has changed down to this very hour. His love has not changed. His compassionate understanding of us has not changed. His interest in us and His purposes for us have not changed. He is God of gods. He is the very same. His love for us remains unchanged.
Bible, Psalm 25:6 says: “Remember, O! LORD, Your compassion and Your loving kindnesses, for they have been from of old.” The Hebrew word for “compassion” here can mean “feelings of love, loving sensation, mercy, compassion.” “Loving kindness” is the almost indefinable word “chased”; His grace, steadfast love, covenant love, etc. What is significant is that this verse teaches us that these manifestations of God’s love are forever!
Do you know the meaning of ” forever” ? God’s love towards us is “forever”. This fact is a rock we can build our lives on. His love does not change. Circumstances change for the worse, but God’ love is forever. It does not change. That means that even when we have reversals of fortune, it does not mean that God does not love us any more; His love has never changed. He still loves us even in those difficult times. Therefore we should believe that He must be accomplishing something in us during those difficult times which is consistent with His loving purposes.