Unfailing Love

28 Dec

In the time of Christmas and New Year holidays, I found myself not devoting as much time to the Lord as I normally do.  While still in prayer every day, I was not reading the bible and really praising God in the way that He deserves.  This morning I opened my bible to Psalm 36:7, “How precious is your unfailing love, O God!”

His love is so precious, so amazing, and I am so undeserving of it.  But as I have said before, despite how undeserving I am, my God loves me anyway.  I want to praise Him this morning.

Your unfailing love, O Lord, is as vast as the heavens;
your faithfulness reaches beyond the clouds.
Your righteousness is like the mighty mountains,
your justice like the ocean depths.
You care for people and animals alike, O Lord.
How precious is your unfailing love, O God!
All humanity finds shelter
in the shadow of your wings.
You feed them from the abundance of your own house,
letting them drink from your river of delights.
For you are the fountain of life,
the light by which we see.

Pour out your unfailing love on those who love you;
give justice to those with honest hearts. Psalm 36:5-10

“Your Love, Oh Lord” by Third Day is a beautiful song based on this passage of scripture:

Another amazing song by Third Day, “King of Glory”:


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2 Responses to “Unfailing Love”

  1. bendedspoon December 31, 2010 at 2:21 am #

    Happiest New Year to you!
    🙂

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