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God’s Love Endures Forever

God’s Love Endures Forever

A Prayer of Thanks based on Psalm 136

Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good. 

His love endures forever. 

Give thanks to the Lord of lords

His love endures forever. 

who came to earth as a baby to be our savior

His love endures forever. 

who grew and learned and listened

His love endures forever. 

who walked this earth

His love endures forever. 

who felt pain, joy, suffering, and love

His love endures forever. 

who welcomed the outcast and sinner

His love endures forever. 

who praised God with all his being

His love endures forever. 

who healed and cared and offered compassion

His love endures forever. 

who crossed boundaries

His love endures forever. 

who taught God’s word and offered hope

His love endures forever. 

who calls us today to follow him

His love endures forever. 

to come and see a world filled with hope

His love endures forever. 

to offer a hand to those in need

His love endures forever.

to feed neighbors

His love endures forever. 

to seek justice 

His love endures forever. 

to love unconditionally

His love endures forever. 

to wash feet

His love endures forever. 

to open our tables and our doors

His love endures forever. 

to offer forgiveness.

His love endures forever. 

Give thanks to the Lord

His love endures forever. 

who calls us beloved

His love endures forever. 

who welcomes us as a parent welcomes a child

His love endures forever. 

who loves us from before birth

His love endures forever. 

who listens to our prayers even before we speak them

His love endures forever. 

who offers grace and forgiveness.

His love endures forever. 

Give thanks to the Lord. 

His love endures forever. 

Kimberly Knowle-Zeller is an ordained ELCA pastor, mother of two, and spouse of an ELCA pastor. She lives with her family in Cole Camp, MO. You can read more at her website, follow her work on Facebook, or sign up for her monthly newsletter

 

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