Things the Bible says there is no end of:
[Psalmist speaking of God's years]
[Speaking of a lonely person having no end to his toil. He will be ground down by his aloneness, and lack of joy because of his lonesomeness.]
[The author of Ecclesiastes, the king speaking as a king. . .the people are as an endless sea. When the son succeeds the king, they still will not be happy. This foolishness, and hopelessness tries the spirit]
[There is an endlessly flowing river of latest. . . newest. . . most modern ideas. Each fashion of doctrine and philosophy supplanting, and in turn being supplanted by another. This never ends and will wear out your body and strength to no avail]
[Of the increase of his government and peace there shall be no end. . . I don’t know that I have ever read it this way before, but I read this tonight as a prophecy. Since its inception, has Christianity ever dwindled and diminished? Has Christianity ever nearly died out, only to be subsequently resurrected? Or has Christianity continually for 2,000 years been on an uninterrupted path of growth? I would love to find hard figures, but right now my gut tells me that Christianity has been ever growing. . . of the increase of His empire. . . of His kingdom there shall be no end. . .]
[and of His kingdom there shall be no end. . . the annunciation to Mary, of her carrying the Savior of the World. . . and of His kingdom there shall be no end. . .]
Thank you my God. . .
Thank you my Lord. . .