Jesus, from Everlasting to Everlasting

“Thou art from everlasting.” Psalm 93:2, KJV

Christ is everlasting. About Him we sing with King David,

“Your throne, O God, will last for ever and ever.” (Psalm 45:6)

Rejoice in Jesus Christ, who is the same yesterday, today, and forever!

Jesus always was. The baby born in Bethlehem was united with the Word, which was in the beginning, through whom all things were made. (John 1:1-3) Christ revealed Himself to John in Patmos as the one “who is, and who was, and who is to come.”
(Revelation 1:4)

If He was not everlasting God, we couldn’t love Him so devoutly. We couldn’t feel the eternal love which flows directly from God’s fountain of blessing. But since He is with the Father from all eternity, we trace the stream of divine love to Himself equally with His Father and the blessed Holy Spirit.

Our Lord always was, and so He is forever. Jesus is not dead; “He ever liveth to make intercession for us.” (Hebrews 7:25, KJV) Abide in Him in all your times of distress, because He is waiting to bless you.

Finally, Jesus, our Lord, will forever be. If God gives you a long and full life, you will never find that His cleansing fountain has run out. His precious blood will never lose its power. The Priest who gave His own blood on our behalf lives to purge you from all wickedness. When your life has come to its final battle, you will find that the hand of your battle Captain has not grown feeble. The living Savior will cheer you even to your last breath. When you enter heaven you will find Him there, and through eternity the Lord Jesus will remain the enduring spring of joy, life, and glory to His people.

Draw His living waters from this sacred well! Jesus always was, is, and always will be. He is eternal in His attributes, His position, His power, and willingness to bless, comfort, guard, and crown all His people.

Question: What does the fact that Jesus has always existed and will always exist mean for you and me?

by Charles Spurgeon
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