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  • Writer's pictureBishop Mesrop Parsamyan

His Unfailing Love



In the first century, Christians faced unimaginable hardships. They were persecuted, and many were martyred for their faith. Yet, amidst their suffering, the apostle's words were constantly on their lips: “The Son of God loved me and gave himself up for me” (Galatians 2:20).


They repeated these words like a lifeline, drawing strength from the knowledge that Jesus didn’t just die for the world in some abstract sense. He died for you, He died for me—personally, intimately.

The Creator of the universe loved us—each one of us—so much that He was willing to give up His own life. This is not just a general love; this is a personal one. It’s not a love that is distant or detached. It’s a love that entered into our world of pain, suffering, and sin, and said, “I am with you, even to the end of the age.”


Think about the significance of His sacrifice. On the cross, beaten and bruised, Jesus thought of you. With every drop of blood that was shed, with every breath that became more difficult to draw, His heart was filled with love—for you.


It’s easy to feel forgotten in this busy world. It’s easy to feel lost in the shuffle of everyday worries and real-world pains. But here’s the truth: In your darkest moments, in your deepest despair, you are never alone. Christ’s love for you is constant, relentless, and unwavering. His sacrifice on the cross is an undeniable testament to this great love. And His resurrection is a victorious proclamation that His love is stronger than death itself!


So today, let this assurance fill you with hope and courage. No matter what you face, you are never outside the reach of His unfailing love. His arms are always extended, and His heart is always open. He invites us to find refuge in His love, a love that never fails, never gives up, and never runs out.

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