Great is His faithfulness; His mercies begin afresh each morning.
Every time I read God’s word, it is always new and fresh. Without a doubt, His mercies begin afresh each day.
Lamentations is a book of the Bible about mourning. The Jewish people had witnessed the destruction of their temple and had become slaves to the Babylonians, all due to their disobedience to God. Yet, in the midst of their bondage, God promised mercy to any of them who returned to Him.
Just as for them, no matter how many times we fail, God’s mercy is available when we sincerely repent and return to Him.
His fresh mercy astounds me the dawn of each new day.
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From The Daily Post: “Fresh ~ The definition for fresh has a bit of a fork in it – it’s a state (new, recent, previously unknown) and it’s a taste or sensation (cool, sweet, invigorating, refreshing).”
Amen! Great is Thy faithfulnes. Praise the Lord!
Amen! I am so grateful for God’s tender mercies and grace! \(^_^)/
This was one of our father’s favorite passages. Thanks for the warm memories, and the beautiful rose!
So glad it was a blessing!
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Lovely, comforting post Sue. Thank you.
Thanks…glad it brought you comfort. God’s word has a way of doing that!
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Lamentations is an amazing book. It’s Jeremiah sharing his tears and tragedy, but it has some terrific nuggets of hope in it.
Thanks. Yes, and I think Lamentations is a book often overlooked. Blessings.
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I’ve always loved Lamentations 3… so rich and deep and full of wonderful promises. Great is thy faithfulness! Even when I think about that phrase, it comes with a majesty around it. Thanks Sue,
Yes. I agree. Love the song, too. Thanks so much!
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