Forever is a long time, and I can't even begin to try to wrap my mind around the concept of just how long it actually is. I'm 27, and elementary school seems like "forever ago." When I multiply that by about a billion, my head starts to spin, and I lose all comprehension of what that means. Let's just say that forever is a long time. Forever is the suggested amount of time that we should trust God. In America's current political climate, it's funny to think about all of these presidential candidates rising and falling. We think we can trust one, and then he (or she!) does something or says something we don't like. Then we can't trust that candidate anymore. There are a lot of things in my life that are temporary like that, but this is one thing that we should do forever. Why? Because God is an everlasting rock… we can rely on Him because He never changes. He's always there; He's always the One to which we can cling. I don't have any idea how long forever is, but I know that's how long I want to trust the Lord.
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Seth is a pastor, author, and speaker who lives in Batesville, Indiana. He is married to Kari, and they have two daughters, Madelyn and Noelle.