“Weeping May Endure for a Night, But Joy Comes In the Morning” Psalm 30:5.
This is an Amazing Passage of Scripture that is short but full of Encouragement. You know how when we are in the night seasons of our lives, and it seems that nothing is going the way we think that it should be going?
During these times, you have made yourself the “Special Guest” of your own Pity Party. The night seasons of life can bring some dark, dreary moments and days into our lives. The night season is a time when it seems that God is quiet and there is no answer to any problems.
It seems that every time we turn around we run into one brick wall.. one right after the other; And doesn’t it seems that troubles will come in multiple numbers to overwhelm and drown us into despair? All of these things happen to us all of a sudden…No Money, No Friends, No Job, Health Failing, Problem after Problem comes and it seems that No one Cares About all of our Dilemmas!
Well BE ENCOURAGED, because God will never leave you in the night season no longer than you can bear it!
Troubles and Trials come and yes, when they come, they hit really hard. But be of good cheer, there is not a single Word that God has promised that will not fulfill itself; and if He said that Joy is coming… Then Joy is Coming!
Speaking from experience of having gone through trial after trial, I can Testify that God will never fail. God will bring Joy and Answers to all of your problems.
I have seen Him do it over and over again. I am a living witness that if you can just Endure through the Night and hold on and have Faith to know that God cares and will bring you Joy in the Morning.
Do not be afraid for God said that He would Never Leave us nor Forsake Us! (Deuteronomy 31:6)
Strange but True!
Isn’t it strange when others need you to be there for them, you are always there to help.
But when you need someone to help you…. everyone is broke, cell phones are off, emails bounce back, answering machines pick up, voice mails are full, porch lights are off and no one is home?
Strange isn’t it?
That’s why it is good to depend only upon the Lord!
– by Geraldine Coleman
Geraldine Coleman: Is a teacher and educator and ministers to prisoners at a prison facility where she is an instructor.