When the children of Israel were about to embark into a new place, a new beginning, Moses gave them this last word:”the eternal god is your refuge, and underneath are the everlasting arms.”
This is a promise about God’s posture towards us, when we move into new things. And it’s a challenge on how we should posture ourselves towards God, in times of new things.
But it’s also a promise, when a “hope” vanishes from our life. Here we have a promise: “the eternal God is your refuge, and underneath are the everlasting arms.”
Four promises to claim when a hope is dashed, or when we enter new beginnings.
- 1. What God begins he completes
- 2. God begins with our end in view
- 3. God is wholly committed, to what He’s begun in us.
- 4. God is the God of the second chance.