Today’s Word Of Encouragement From Wayne:
“This I recall to mind, therefore I have hope. The Lord’s lovingkindnesses indeed never cease, for His compassions never fail. They are new every morning. Great is Your faithfulness.”
For the past two days we have been looking into this passage from Jeremiah’s Lamentations concerning God’s never failing, never ceasing, lovingkindnesses and compassions towards us, that they are new every morning and that great is the faithfulness of our God towards us! Amen and hallelujah!
This is so good and so true for us, every moment of our every day, if we will only remember this life-renewing gift from our God and His invitation to us, of our being renewed “every morning” through freshly receiving our Abba’s daily new lovingkindnesses and compassions, given expressly to us that we might be ever closer to Him in spirit, truth, and reality.
Today I’ve included the sentence which precedes this blessed truth of Father God’s gracious “new every morning” lovingkindnesses and compassions freely given to us. This additional line is key to our actual and regular participation in these awesome and comforting truths which God (I believe obviously) desires for us to receive. “This I recall to mind, therefore I have hope.” That’s it! Yes, if we will simply daily “recall to mind” God’s “new every morning” life-building gifts to us of His lovingkindnesses and compassions, then “therefore I have hope.”
Just our recalling to mind this blessing of God gives us hope!
If recalling this truth, of our Father’s committed love to us and daily delivery of His blessings to us, gives you hope, than just imagine what actually receiving these blessings will do for us! Hope realized, hallelujah!
It is our Abba Father’s loving will for all of His children, through Jesus Christ Who lives within us, that we should be showered with His blessings within us every day.
“Recall to mind”, “have hope”, and then start receiving your God’s “new every morning” never failing, never ceasing, lovingkindnesses and compassions for you today. Hallelujah!