The book of Jeremiah was written before and during the Babylonian exile of Judah. Much of the book is call to repent, but we also find many words of God’s desire for restoration, God’s love for his people and the plans for their future.
Yahweh appeared of old to me, saying, “Yes, I have loved you with an everlasting love. Therefore I have drawn you with loving kindness.Jeremiah 31:3
What a powerful verse declaring God’s love for us and the loving kindness he shows us.
Later in this same chapter in verses 31-35, Jeremiah writes about the new covenant and how God will put his law in the hearts of his people, and in verse 35, God says he will forgive our sin and remember it no more.
It’s hard to imagine the depth of God’s love and care for you.
Remember today’s promise that God loves you with an everlasting, eternal love.