1 Timothy 1:17 To the King of ages, immortal, invisible, the only God, be honor and glory forever and ever. Amen. #Bible
Have you ever been reminiscing about your life in the past? Seeing clearly the Hand of God directing you and keeping you from trouble?
Left with those remembrances, I think, we all who are Christians naturally Praise God.
The Apostle Paul might be in this same frame of mind, as the Joy of the Lord floods his heart. For Paul, his words are very descriptive of his relationship and how he feels about our Lord.
As Paul is preparing Timothy for His ministry, launching him on his way, Paul is excited for Timothy and the experiences he will live and endure.
Paul knows Timothy has God with Him and where his decipleship falls short the Holly Spirit will pick Timothy up and lead him on.
Paul describes Jesus as the King of the Ages, declaring Jesus as King of eternity past and of eternity future. Jesus the Christ has always been King of Kings.
Then Paul says Jesus is immortal and invisible. Jesus is always with us even beyond time itself. Even when we don’t see Jesus, He is still there, with us Christians always.
Paul concludes his praise with a declaration of ultimate honor to our God, no greater value, no higher esteem, and the icing on the cake so to speak, declaring there is none greater than our Wonderful God anywhere, or in any time before or after, and none have done such great things. God Is.