REMEMBER GOD’S STEADFAST LOVE (Psalm 98:3)

Terrel Kesterson, April 7, 2019
Part of the series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

We can all recite things we memorized when we were growing up. One of the ways we remember things is to repeat them over and over. If you read our preservice Psalm, Psalm 136, it looks as if God wants us to memorize those words. There are 26 verses, and the second half of every verse is “for His steadfast love endures forever.” The first part of each verse covers everything from the creation of the world to the exodus from Egypt to victory over enemies to the giving of daily bread. But the second half is always the same. The response to all of those gracious actions of God is for us to say “for His steadfast love endures forever.” God has us say that over and over so that we remember His “steadfast love.”

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Psalm 98:3

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