Scripture: from verses four and five:
To the eunuchs who keep my Sabbaths and…hold fast my covenant…I will give them an everlasting name that shall not be cut off.
Observation: God is speaking to people who may feel that they are outside of God’s blessing: eunuchs and foreigners and outcasts. God says that their circumstances will not block His blessing. If they choose to follow Him, God will gather them close, and bring them into His unity. The eunuchs should not describe themselves as “dry trees,” even though that is exactly what they are, because God is not stopped by their physical limitations.
There is no human limitation that can stop God’s blessing. He can give an everlasting legacy to a eunuch. He can give us righteousness, no matter what our past decisions have been. He can make us whole, no matter how hurt we are. He can give us health, no matter our genetics or condition or age.
Application: Speak the truth: that God has made you righteous and whole and strong. Don’t describe yourself as a dry tree.
Prayer: Yeshua, I praise you because there is nothing that limits you. There is nothing that the powers of this world can do to stop you from blessing me. Thank you for restoring me. Help me to see your truth. Amen.