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I spent some time this morning with a small band of prayer warriors. Nothing like starting the week early with adoration, confession and supplication. Of course rolling out of bed when the clock says 5:?? after a long weekend is a bit painful. Actually very painful. I do not recommend it and please know, it is no regular activity for me. I like sleep.

Anyway, we used Psalm 136 for our time of thanksgiving. "Give thanks to the Lord for he is good. His love endures forever. Give thanks to the God of Gods. His love endures forever......" As we read through the verses (26 of them) I began to think that not only does His love endure forever, but this psalm could be the psalm that never ends. Twenty-six statements about God and the response is "His love endures forever." We could go on, "He saved my soul from certain death, His love endures forever." "He forgives my wretched sin moment by moment, His love endures forever. "

You get the idea. There is no end to statements we can make about God the Father, Jesus the Son, or the Holy Spirit to which we could not echo, "His love endures forever." Even hard things, "He brings calamity on the city, His love endures forever." "He ordains the crucifixion of Jesus, His love endures forever." It is true, and he has proven it. His love endures forever.

So, how about homework? Just three fill in the blanks and they all look like this: "__________, His love endures forever"