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Pastor Charles Stilwell ULCM

Coffee Time with Jesus

  • Jesus: Faithful and True
    Now I saw heaven opened,
    and behold, a white horse.
    And He who sat on him was called
    Faithful and True,
    and in righteousness
    He judges and makes war.
    Revelation 19:11
    Jesus is called Faithful and True. These names were not given to Him until the end of the book of Revelation. When John saw the second coming of Jesus in power, he called Him Faithful and True. This compound name reflects His character. He is faithful to do all He promised, and Jesus promised, “I will come again” (John 14:3). Jesus is true and consistent to all that is established in the universe. Jesus’ second coming is the appropriate climax to all He did since creation. Jesus will be Faithful and True throughout the great tribulation in Revelation, so He’ll be Faithful and True in your hour of trial. Right to the end, He’ll be the same, regardless of circumstances, regardless of pressures, regardless of others’ disappointments; Jesus will prove Himself to be Faithful and True.
    Lord, how long will my troubles last? The Evil One is strong, and it’s been so long. It’s easy to get my eyes on tribulation and not on You. Help me look beyond my problem to see Your victorious triumph. How long?
    Jesus will always be Faithful and True to the plan He established when He created all things. He will allow sin to run its course, and He will allow the Evil One to do His work. But then He’ll return, just as He promised, to judge sin and evildoers and to reward those who obey Him.
    Lord, thank You for Your faithfulness to keep Your word and for being truthful about the reality of sin. Because I have trusted You for salvation, I will continue to trust You today. Amen.
    Go Deeper: Revelation 19:11-21
    Jesus will be Faithful and True to the end.