“Faithful to the end” by Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir

When I am feeling afraid
Full of uncertainty
When the plans that I have made all fall apart
When the future is unclear
and all that I can do is wait
There is a promise echoing in my heart

He will be faithful to the end
He will provide time and time again
He will be faithful
(So) Faithful to the end
He will be there when all else fades
His love is stronger than my pain
He will be faithful
(So) Faithful to the end

Bottom line: God is faithful.

Next year in January 2018, God willing, we will be testifying and even singing of his faithfulness. I believe this with all my heart. Do you?

He has spoken concerning every situation in our lives: whether it is the death of a loved one or the birth of a bundle of joy, when there is hope or only despair, through optimism or pessimism or whether all is crumbling or building up, God will be faithful to what he has said to the end.

We have to realize that when we ignore or are blinded to God’s faithfulness at the beginning, it is his abounding and unrelenting love and faithfulness which remains standing when all is said and done, when the dust settles after all our scrambling.

“As the rain and the snow come down from heaven, and do not return to it without watering the earth and making it bud and flourish, so that it yields seed for the sower and bread for the eater, so is my word that goes out from my mouth: It will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it.”(Isaiah 55:10-11, NIV).

This is God speaking himself, therefore, when reading the bible next time, believe it with all your heart. When you hear God speak, believe.it. Will you?

Prayer for Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir

Father, continue to provide for and use the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir as individuals and a group to remind us of your eternal truths. I pray every member of your body and every man will discover more of your faithfulness this year. Amen.

Featured image credit: Gospel Crusader

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This blog post is to share what the song means to the writer.
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