Worship Devotion- Great is Thy Faithfulness

worship devotionLamentations 3:22-23

Because of the LORD’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.


This worship devotion is more than just a grand old hymn; it is a great way to face every new day!  Recognizing that the compassion of the Lord for us is what keeps us alive, and that they never fail but get renewed every morning is a great way to face whatever you have to face in this day.


Unlike our faithfulness, God’s faithfulness is great, constantly renewed and able to be relied upon no matter what each day brings.  Have you got a tough day ahead?  The Lord is faithful!  Are you facing financial problems?  The Lord is faithful!  Are you grappling with sin or temptation? The Lord is faithful!


Whatever it is that you face today, you need to recognize that He is faithful!  He is not trying to peddle yesterday’s love and compassion, He has renewed it for you, freshly baked and ready for consumption right now.  So no matter what you went through yesterday, you need to feel assured that today is a new day, and His compassions are also new, just for you and everything you are looking at in your life!  In fact, now is a great time to not only read the worship devotion, but sing the song a few times and get it into your spirit!


Most of us have sung this song for years, and we love it.  But maybe it is time for us to not only sing it, but to also live it, and face life like we mean it!  Get your head around it today, that God’s compassions never, never fail, but are constantly renewed for you, morning by morning.  You are blessed, you are chosen and God is with you full of compassion, love and faithfulness, even if we fail!  This is the only way to live a life of victory, resting in the arms that will never let you down, never fail and never run out of love, compassion and faithfulness for you!


Hope you have enjoyed this worship devotion.  We will have more in our  worship devotion series throughout the year.


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