There are few books of Scripture so applicable and appropriate for this current time in which we dwell, as Job. The grief and the pain experienced by this man assist us in understanding the mysteries of providence , in permitting His people to suffer.
“Every letter is written with a tear, every word the sound of a broken heart.”
Almost 100 years after God called Isaiah to be His spokesman in Judah, He raised up Jeremiah to continue this good work. For approximately forty years this man of God proclaimed the truth to Jerusalem but the people were unwilling to listen.
Tears are the result of pain and are the expressions of the suffering heart. Yet tears are precious, the proof that we love and care. Days of tears are precious times for learning and discovering.
Tears, sorrow, heart broken? A message for you? Click on the link for a brief audio message looking at Mary’s comforter in the Garden. Easter Podcast
Ever feel alone, unloved, betrayed, lonely, frightened? Ever suffer in the body and soul? Ever sorrow and grieve? In this Psalm, through prayer, the subconscious knowledge that God was real and present, suddenly took root and brought David to a sense of peace in the midst of pain. Psalm 6 O Lord, rebuke me notContinue reading “THE DARK NIGHT OF THE SOUL – Psalm 6”
Death. The cold corpse. Once there was a smile; now there is that blank vacant expression that we associate with death. A short time earlier there was breath, conversation, interest but not now. All has changed in a moment time. The home us filled with tears and bitter sweet memories. The one who was takenContinue reading “The Handkerchief of God; Facing Death with Grace”
When David’s eyes were wet with tears he prayed