In a world of uncertainty, there is one constant, namely, God. He is eternal (Psalm 90:2), which means He was in existence before the world began. He was there in the beginning of the world, He Himself being the creator (Genesis 1:1-31). He is ever present each second, He Himself being the sustainer of His creation (Jeremiah 23:23-24). He will be there at the end of the world, He Himself being the One who will destroy the elements (2 Peter 3:10-12) and judge mankind (Matthew 25:31-46).
He was there when the Bible began to be written (2 Timothy 3:16-17). He gave each word of the Bible to His inspired writers (1 Corinthians 2:7-15). He will be there in the end to employ His Word in judgment (Revelation 20:12).
He was there at the beginning of each of our lives (Psalm 139:13). He is with us on a moment by moment basis (Acts 17:27-28). He will be with us at the end of our days (Psalm 23:1-6).
Daily, He is there when we rise in the morning (Psalm 5:3). He is there with us throughout the day (Matthew 6:25-34). He is there with us when the day is done (Psalm 4:8) and then all through the night (Psalm 121:4).
Though men may disappoint, earthly possessions may decay, and physical strength may deteriorate, the one constant is God. "Let your conduct be without covetousness; be content with such things as you have. For He Himself has said, I will never leave you nor forsake you. So we may boldly say: The LORD is my helper; I will not fear. What can man do to me?" (Hebrews 13:6). The Lord is indeed the immoveable rock (Psalm 18:2) in an uncertain world (Psalm 146:1-10) and happy are those who faithfully follow Him (Matthew 7:24-27).
There Always Will Be God
They cannot shell His temple
Nor dynamite His throne;
They cannot bomb His city,
Nor rob Him of His own.
They cannot cause Him panic,
Nor cut off His supplies,
They cannot take His kingdom,
Nor hurt Him with their lies.
Though all the world be shattered
His truth remains the same,
His righteous laws still potent
And "Father" still His name.
Though we face war and struggle,
And feel their goad and rod,
We know above confusion
There always will be God.