Day 37 – Thankful that God’s mercy never ceases

“This I recall to my 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.” Lamentations 3:21-23 NASB

I love these verses! It’s so comforting to meditate on how faithful our loving God is!

His love never runs out!

His mercy never runs out!

Every morning He has a fresh batch ready to give us!

We will never wake up one morning, pray for forgiveness, and hear Him tell us that we’ve sinned or failed one time too many and will no longer be able to receive His mercy!

Today I’m thankful for God’s mercy and love that never run out! Today I’m thankful that His compassions are new every morning, and great is His faithfulness!

What about you? Are you glad God is faithful in His love for you? How does this affect how you feel and act?


Thank You, Lord, that Your mercies are new every morning! Thank You that You are the God of new beginnings and that You are not stingy with Your mercy! Thank You for Your compassion and faithful love toward us! You are worthy of our praise forever! Amen!


2 thoughts on “Day 37 – Thankful that God’s mercy never ceases

  1. Great is His faithfulness! This is a song that is a favorite of my husbands. To the question, “Is there anything good in Lamentations?” Yes! The song about God’s faithfulness and His mercy being new every morning!


    1. Yes, amen! I really like that song, too!
      I know that in the past I’ve looked at the book of Lamentations as being pretty depressing except for these few verses. But I read a Bible study on lament, and now I look at it more as God’s permission to communicate with Him all the sad things that are happening all the while trusting Him, that He is faithful. For He certainly is!


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