"May your unfailing love be my comfort, according
to your promise to your servant."
These words are rich in meaning, written in the first person singular – “I belong…” We are reminded that Christ came to live and die for each one of us personally. These words speak of God’s chesed, meaning “unfailing love.” I hope you will find great comfort this month as we look closely at these words written some 300 years ago. Refer back to them here as you read each day.
About the Author
Bob Beasley is a graduate of Westminster Theological Seminary in California. He is the author of two previous Anchors and eight Christian books, including the upcoming co-written Theological Wheaties: A Concise Commentary on the Westminster Shorter Catechism. Bob teaches seminary classes in Ukraine twice a year and is an elder in his church home. Bob and his wife Amy enjoy living in lovely Asheville, North Carolina.
2 Corinthians 1:3-7;
AS YOU SPEND THIS MONTH CONTEMPLATING Q&A 1, LOOK BACK ON THIS PAGE EACH DAY, READ IT AGAIN, AND BE REMINDED OF GOD'S COMFORTING CHESED.
Bible In A Year
- Jeremiah 39-40
- Psalm 121
- 1 Corinthians 15