The Personality of Loud Love (11 of 14) by Fred Lowery
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Series: Love Loud
Dr. Fred Lowery
Psalm 33:4; Psalm 89:1, 5, 8; Galatians 5:22-23; Lamentations 3:22-23; James 1:17; Deuteronomy 7:9; John 4:34; 2 Timothy 2:13; 1 John 1:9; Daniel 3:17-18; 1Thessalonians 3:3; Matthew 6:13; 1 Corinthians 10:13; Acts 1:9-10
May 17, 2009
That's one of our greatest hymns (Great is Thy Faithfulness) and it was written in 1920 by a Methodist Life Insurance agent. And Billy Graham introduced it to the world and it has certainly become one of the great hymns of the faith. And it comes from Lamentations 3 and James 1. Listen to the words, 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. Then in James 1:17 every good and perfect gift is from above. Coming down from the father of the heavenly lights who does not change like shifting shadows. Faithfulness. That's what we want to talk about this morning. Every marriage vow that's not kept, every contract that's broken, every promise that's not fulfilled, every bill that goes unpaid, those things touch the issue of unfaithfulness. Someone said this, think about it. If there is anything humans are it is unfaithful and if there is anything that God is thankfully He is faithful. Psalm 33:4 for the word of the Lord is right and true. He is faithful in all that He does. God is faithful in everything He is and in all that He does. By the way the sun came up again this morning. Faithful. And when you think about it, I mean not only are we grateful that it comes up every day and we don't have to worry about it but if all of a sudden it moved a little closer to us we would burn up or a little further from us we would freeze to death. So God is faithful in all that He is and all that He does and all that He has created. And the Psalmist, if you want to go to a place where you just learn how to praise God, read the Psalms because the Psalmist delight ...
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