This morning I was doing my daily devotion. Part of that is reading a chapter each day on the book of Psalms. As I read through it, I noticed that there’s a lot of sufferings and human anguish. Similar to our time. This suffering is what I’d like to share as I read through it. It is not meant to discourage or to remind you of your failures rather to encourage you that nothing is new under the sun like the book Ecclesiastes say. The enemy want to remind us that what we’re going is something new. We get beat down by voices that we are no good, that we are not even comparable to the giants of faith in the Bible. If you put an effort to read your Bible you’ll know that what the enemy is telling you is a complete lie.
As I share this events on the book of Psalm. I’d like to remind you that David is one of them. The man after God’s own heart, crying on his pillow every night. Remember this is for your edification, I highly encourage you to read the whole chapter. You are not alone in this fight of life. Keep on praying, keep on crying to Him. He will come. I wouldn’t tell you this if I didn’t have a first hand account.
All verses are from New Living Translation unless it noted.
“You will seek me and find me when you search for me with all your heart.”
Jeremiah 29:13 (NASB)
Categories: Psalm, On Sufferings