Has Anyone ever Loved you with Steadfast Love?

Has anyone ever loved you with steadfast love? Steadfast love is a faithful love, in other words a deeper love. In a dictionary meaning- a love that is constant and never deviates.

Who in the world can ever love like that? 

God IS steadfast love. His nature is steadfast love and faithfulness. He can never stop being steadfast love. Throughout the Bible, I hear God saying: 

I’ve loved you since before you were made. I formed you in your mothers womb intricately knitting your soul and external beauty. I see your whereabouts and it fills me with joy when you walk straight but fills me with sadness when you don’t. I want the best for you. Draw near to me. Open my Word. Hear the heavenly wisdom. 

Confused or lost? I’m always with you. You are never alone. There’s nothing to fear. Hope in me. I’ll never fail you. I saved you for eternal separation from me. There was no other way to save you. I took form in man and I paid for your sins with my death. Believe in me. Trust that I am your savior. If you put your trust in me you are not condemned anymore. I know you will mess up. It’s hard walking in this life. I see you. You are sealed with the Holy Spirit who will always help you to turn to the right and left, beloved. I am with you to endure the sufferings in this broken worldYou are never alone. 

Seek me every day, my child. I want to fill you up with my love and joy. Don’t fix your eyes on things that can be stolen. Love with all your heart. I am your exceedingly great reward. I am the source of your soul. 

Praise God for his love that never fails. God’s love doesn’t compare. I encourage you delight to in God’s love. Really enjoy God’s love. Share God’s love to whomever you meet in your path today. 

Steadfast love verses:

“But you, O Lord, are a God merciful and gracious, slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love and faithfulness.”

‭‭Psalms‬ ‭86:15‬ ‭ESV

Psalm 136

Psalm 139

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One comment

  1. Thanks for the words of encouragement!

    Rolain

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