The Lord alone is God. Let’s look to Him today for all of our needs.
Yesterday, we had the opportunity to bless the Lord at our in-person Sunday service and online, but the worship of God doesn’t end on Sunday.
We live in a time where the reflection of this unity between followers of Jesus is being challenged on multiple fronts.
When we read chapters like this one in the psalms, it’s a fresh reminder that the Bible is not a book about us.
Like a weaned child, we go through events in our lives that we don’t understand.
As we grow in marveling at the Lord crucifixion and resurrection, let us say to others like the psalmist, “Hope in the Lord!”
Because of God’s faithfulness, we who are followers of Jesus, can trust Him to preserve us to the very end.
We can trust that His ways is intended for our joy in Him.
Because God accomplishes all that He wants, we are free to work hard for Him.
In your sowing and in your weeping, don’t forget that God is purposefully using this season to prepare you for the joy that is to come.