Daily D – Lamentations 3:19-27
“I remember my affliction and my wandering, the bitterness and the gall. I well remember them, and my soul is downcast within me. Yet this I call to mind and therefore I have hope:
Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness. I say to myself, “The Lord is my portion; therefore I will wait for him.”
The Lord is good to those whose hope is in him, to the one who seeks him; it is good to wait quietly for the salvation of the Lord. It is good for a man to bear the yoke while he is young.”
Hard times come and go. God is ever-present.
With every new day
Comes a new way
Wait and hope
Hope and pray
Mercy is near
God is here
What is real and good no matter what is going on?
1. We’re not dead yet.
2. God never runs out of grace, mercy, provision, or peace.
3. He renews compassion every morning.
4. We can remain faithful to him and wait for him because is perfectly dependable.
5. To seek him is to find him.
6. To wait for him is to grow in discipline.
7. Self-discipline and faith turn waiting into hope.
In every pain
In every problem
There is an opportunity
To know and experience God
There comes strength for the day
And bright hope for tomorrow
What do you need today?
Turn your cup right side up.
I will trust God’s compassionate care, his faithful provision, and his endless mercy every day.
Our Father, your mercies are new and fresh and more than adequate for this day. Empower me to live from this place of grace and to extend your goodness to all who need its assurance. Amen.
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Romans 2:4 Don’t you see how wonderfully kind, tolerant, and patient God is with you? Does this mean nothing to you? Can’t you see that his kindness is intended to turn you from your sin?
Acts 18:24-26 Meanwhile, a Jew named Apollos, an eloquent speaker who knew the Scriptures well, had arrived in Ephesus from Alexandria in Egypt. He had been taught the way of the Lord, and he taught others about Jesus with an enthusiastic spirit and with accuracy. However, he knew only about John’s baptism. When Priscilla and Aquila heard him preaching boldly in the synagogue, they took him aside and explained the way of God even more accurately.