Steadfast Love

Morning Service
May 25, 2014

In the Old Testament book of Lamentations, the prophet Jeremiah poured out his grief and despair over the destruction of Jerusalem. But in the 3rd chapter, his perspective changed as he lifted his focus to God, who is always good - always trustworthy - all we need. As he guides us through this passage, H.B Charles, Jr. reminds us that, because God is God, there is always hope, even in the midst of a hopeless situation. 

Lamentations 3:21-24

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