What words best describe the love of Jesus? Hymns sung in Lent give a variety of descriptive expressions including “wondrous love,” “unswerving love,” “bleeding love,” and “love so amazing.” A descriptive word used often in Scripture to modify the word “love” is the old English word “steadfast.” The love of Jesus is steadfast. It is a love that will not let us go. It is a love that remembers us—remembering our weakness and knowing our needs. It is “love unknown”—which means “beyond our ability to understand it.” It is “wondrous love” indeed!
Our weekend services during this Lenten season focus on Bible verses where God uses the word “remember”. Today we find the Word “remember” in Psalm 93:8 Psalm 98:3 (ESV) “He has remembered his steadfast love and faithfulness to the house of Israel. All the ends of the earth have seen the salvation of our God.”
Join us in worship at Trinity Lutheran Church of Davison on the weekend of April 6 & 7 to hear this latest message in our “Lent to Remember” sermon series.