Forever, O Lord, your word is firmly fixed in the heavens. Your faithfulness endures to all generations; you have established the earth, and it stands fast. By your appointment they stand this day, for all things are your servants.”(vv. 89-91)
God’s word is immutable. That means that it can’t change. The things said in God’s word are as sure as any other indisputable fact on earth. As the psalmist puts it, God’s word is settled forever in heaven.
God is faithful to what he says in his word“all generations”. That includes the generation we are living in right now! Everything God has promised, everything he has revealed about himself, everything he has committed himself to, every warning he has given—all of these things—are as certain as God’s own existence.
Nothing can stand in the way of God’s word, “for all things are your servants”. Do you see what God is saying to you today in this passage? If God’s word is the absolutely certain description of how God will act in your life, don’t you think you should understand it? If God’s Word contains promises that you can claim for your life, don’t you think you should be claiming them? If God’s Word gives you a true understanding of God himself, don’t you think you should study it?
What is God is saying to you today?