Today's bible teaching: Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning


*Psalm 30:5 - ...weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.*

Ups and downs in life are inevitable. There are unpredictable nature of life. Life may not be perfect, comfortable, or free of pain and struggle. But in the midst of our pain, uncertainty, and fear, God is always with us and working for us.

David experienced his darkest moments in life. In the presence of his dark night, David never gave up. He pressed on to win all his battles with full joy.

Beloved, we can always find joy in the promises of God, knowing fully well that in the hours of fear, and moments of greatest uncertainty, God is still God and Him alone is in control. He has a plan, and that plan is ultimately good. I see a glorious morning filled with joy in your life.

God doesn't promise a sorrow-free life, but God does promise that joy will come. When we know God, we believe that despair will not rule the day. The clouds may eclipse the sun, but they cannot eliminate it. The morning sun always comes, maybe not as quickly as we would like it to be, but morning must come. Joy will come out of your sad and darkest night. Your morning of joy is here. Amen!


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