Music Monday: God’s Steadfast’s Love

Happy Happy Monday,

You know, I used to detest Mondays but lately it has definitely been a different story.

It may be because of the change of my perspective from dreading Mondays or just because…

I honestly don’t know. Anyways, moving on.

If there is anything that followed me through from childhood up until now, it is the short chorus my parents made me learn as a child. I find it funny how I used to not like to sing the short short chorus because in my head they contained no multiple verses and bridges. My childish brain, right!

This past weekend, One of my childhood chorus has been on my lips. Repeatedly and spontaneously spewing it out in the spur of the moment.

Itss lyrics are simply:

The steadfast love of the Lord,

Never Ceaseth,

His mercies never come to an end,

They are new every morning,

(Always) new every morning,

Great is thy faithfulness,

O Lord!

Great is thy Faithfulness.

I believe the words of the songs are culled from Lamentations 3: 22-24. It states, “It is of the Lord’s mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassions fail not.They are new every morning: great is thy faithfulness. The Lord is my portion, saith my soul; therefore will I hope in him.”

Sometimes, we get so blinded by the circumstances that surround us that we forget about the efficacy of God’s love. His love is endless and that is simply amazing. The Love of God offers us hope regardless of how hard it gets.

This week, when life throws you curve balls remember that the love of God is able to brace you through any situation.

Until next Monday,

Stay in the Love of Christ.

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