Forever Faithful

Psalm 36:5 NIV, “Your love, LORD, reaches to the heavens, your faithfulness to the skies.”

God’s love and faithfulness never end. Through every uncertainty, He still remains faithful and true. During times of difficulty, look up to Jesus. His loyalty reaches further than we can even understand. Rely on His strength. Find comfort in His presence. Be reassured of His everlasting love, and find joy in His complete sovereignty. There is no situation that is greater than His faithfulness. There is nothing that can separate you from His love (Romans 8:38).

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Even in the darkness His light shines, so never stop hoping in Him. Let His Word guide you always. His Word is a lamp unto your feet and a light unto your path (Psalm 129:105). If you feel lost, remember that He is there with you. Ask Him and He will tell you remarkable secrets you do not know about things to come (Jeremiah 33:3). Do not be afraid, only trust Him. Do not let fear hinder your progress or steal your peace. Overcome fear by walking in faith. Keep trusting in Him, He will direct your paths and make them straight (Proverbs 3:5-6).

Thank you Lord Jesus for being Forever Faithful!

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Author: Dawn

The love of Jesus will never fail you. Thank you for visiting my blog.

48 thoughts on “Forever Faithful”

  1. It is hard to wrap my finite and feeble mind around God’s faithfulness sometimes. Thankfully, I don’t have to understand it to acknowledge that He always is! I enjoyed the Scriptures you used and would add one of my faves: Your word, O Lord, is eternal; it stands firm in the heavens. Your faithfulness continues through all generations; you established the earth, and it endures (Psalm 119:89-90 NIV).
    Pastor Chuck

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