Your Morning will come
‘Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning.’
Have you ever been in a situation and thought that was the end of you? Not once, not twice, but many are times. What a promise given to us today, how true! We know that there will always be a dawning of a new day, no matter how dark the night seems to be. How practical is this to our lives?
Weeping as used in the scripture could mean not only tears, but any afflictions, any difficult time, any sorrowful and trying moments, name them all. In 2 Peter 3:8 ‘But you must not forget this one thing, dear friends: A day is like a thousand years to the Lord, and a thousand years is like a day.’ Your morning might not be necessarily the day after, it could be a week, month, or even year from now; but one thing is sure, your morning will come.
What is troubling you, friend? Don’t you know how powerful the voice of the Lord is? If it breaks the cedars of Lebanon, is your situation too hard for Him? Of course not, not at all. Take heart, trust God and hearken to His voice, He is faithful, He never fails. When you call upon Him, He will strengthen you. He will give you peace, and turn your mourning into dancing! Isn’t it great?
My dear brethren, let us always trust that God is able to see us through any situation. Looking up to Him, for the assurance we have in Him; our joy will come in the morning. Be an encourager to the broken today, tell them not to despair, for their morning too will come. As you learn and apply, have it programmed that ‘Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning.’
Thank you Lord for the promise I have in you today. Thank you for you will give me strength and peace when my world turns around. I bless your name Father, for though my sorrows may last for the night, your joy awakes me in the morning. I love you Jesus. I trust in you, I listen to and follow your voice. In Jesus’ name.
Today’s devotional was written by Liz Ekaks @_ekaks.