Housefires - Steadfast Flow

We all need reminders that the love of God is continual and forever for His children. This video from Housefires - Steadfast Flow is a beautiful voicing of His faithfulness. 

At the start of the song we hear a man singing in a stunning falsetto voice. He is sharing the message about how even in his disobedience and rebellion that Jesus never walked away. He shares that Christ never leaves him in his failures. The chorus sings out repeatedly, “So steadfast, so steadfast. So steadfast, Your love is steadfast.”

The choir of people around singing this anthem reminds our own hearts that we are each on a journey with the Lord. We all have ups and downs in our faith, but He is our firm foundation who never moves or changes. 

We can be confident that He is unchanging and He is an anchor to all who believe in Him. His promise is true and He is with us always. His Holy Spirit indwells the hearts of every believer in Jesus.

As we listen to the repetition of this song, we remember that we need the constant reminder that even though we are sinful and fallen, Jesus is perfect. In His perfection, He does not leave us even though we have sinned, but He Himself came down to earth to become sin for us. 

This gives us the opportunity to have His righteousness. The truth is that we are all broken and imperfect, however in accepting Jesus’ death and resurrection we can have eternal life in Him.

In the book of Lamentations, we read a well-known verse about the steadfast love of the Lord even in the midst of the trials of this life. Through listening to this song and pondering the Scriptures, we can know with full confidence that His steadfast love never fails. 

“The steadfast love of the LORD never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.” Lamentations 3:22-23


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