This song was written by Dianne Wilkinson, and was first recorded by the Cathedrals… included on their album, Travelin’ Love.
Dianne Wilkinson (née Branscum; born 1944, in Blytheville, AR) is an American southern gospel singer, songwriter, and pianist. She was nominated in the Songwriter of the Year non-artist category at the 46th GMA Dove Awards. She is a retired healthcare worker from Dyersburg, Tennessee, where she resides with her husband, Timothy, since 1972. She is a member of Springhill Baptist Church in her hometown, where she plays the piano during their worship services.
She has a long storied career as a southern gospel songwriter for many artists.
The Cathedral Quartet, often known as simply The Cathedrals, was an American southern gospel quartet that performed from 1964 until their retirement in 1999.
Kirk Talley left the group in 1983 to start his own group; Danny Funderburk, from the Singing Americans, was selected to take Talley’s place. This version of the Cathedrals with Funderburk along with George Younce, Glen Payne, Mark Trammell, and Roger Bennett soon became the most popular they had ever been. The Cathedrals would balance their albums with a combination of different styles that gave them popularity they enjoyed until the group retired.
I first heard this song while in college.
This song speaks of the boundless love of God.
Bible Reference… John 3:16; Romans 5:8; 8:37-39; Galatians 2:20;
Ephesians 2:4,5; 1John 4:9-11,16
There is not a mother, sister, friend, or brother
loves the way that Jesus can.
He proved His love for me when He died on Calvary;
He gave His life for fallen man.
His love (His love) is a boundless love,
and it reaches down and touches me.
His love (His love) is an endless love
that will last for all eternity.
Jesus wants to love you, there is none above you;
you are precious in His sight.
He will never fail you when the doubts assail you;
He’ll be with you day and night. (CHORUS)