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Meditation: Unchanging Love; Unchanging God
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But I have trusted in your steadfast love; my heart shall rejoice in your salvation (Psalm 13:5)

With so many uncertainties in our world, where are you putting your trust? The psalmist states in this verse that he has put his trust in the steadfast love of God. “Steadfast love” is translated from one word that is used to speak of the great love of God. Other translations use phrases like, “unfailing love,” and “faithful love,” to communicate the same idea. God’s love is all these things and more because God is so much more.

In the middle of his lament for the faithlessness of Israel, the prophet Jeremiah took a moment to worship God and reflect of God’s faithful/steadfast love which never ceases (Lamentations 3:22). No matter how unpredictable our world or our individual lives may seem, God’s love is faithful; it is unceasing; it is unfailing; it is steadfast.

We can describe God’s love in all these ways because we can describe God in these ways. God is faithful; God is unceasing (eternal); God is unfailing; God is steadfast; AND, God is LOVE (1 John 4:8). So, we can trust in God’s steadfast love because we can trust God. He is always the same yesterday, today and forever (Hebrews 13:8).

The Bible teaches Jesus as the only way for us to be saved from sin. There is no one else who can save and there is no other name given by which we may be saved (Acts 4:11-12). He alone can save us and that never changes. The only way our hearts can rejoice in the salvation provided by God is for our hearts to rejoice in Jesus as God’s salvation. Jesus died to pay the penalty for our sin when he died on the cross. He displayed the eternality of his saving power when He rose from the grave. Have you asked Him to forgive you of your sin? Have you trusted in His steadfast love to save you from the penalty of sin? If so, serve Him with unfailing gratitude the rest of your days!


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