This evening I watched the interview of a broken man. A man who had build his life around a wife and family whom he loved more than anything, only to see it all come crashing down as his wife left him for fleeting pleasure. The carnage in his family, and his heart, was fresh, and profound.
While not going into my own life I will say his story strikes close to home. Trying to put it out of my mind I retired for the evening but sleep deserted me. I found myself grieving for this man I do not know. For the loss his children are, and will suffer, though in many ways they will not even recognize it growing up, yet the carnage will take it’s toll. I found myself pleading to God for him, and them, to find grace, and peace, and love.
Then, as is the case when I’m willing to listen to that still small voice, I knew I should mention it here in this humble sanctuary that is my blog. I don’t who. I don’t know when they will see it, but someone will come across this post that desperately needs to be reminded of the second part of Psalm 30:5 “Weeping may last through the night, but joy comes with the morning.”
Your night may have lasted for years (I know such night), but Joy my friend is coming. Hold fast to righteousness despite the price. If you keep your focus on God, you’ll begin to see the early glimmer of light.
” The path of the righteous is like the morning sun, shining ever brighter till the full light of day.” – Proverbs 4:18
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