Joy Comes In The Morning

Someone said that when hard times come in life, they simply remind themselves of the words, “this too, shall pass.” Those four words remind us that whenever hard times come, they will, in time, pass. If we cling to our faith in time, we will get through adversity.
Psalms 30:5 affirms this promise. The Psalmist said “Weeping may last through the night, but joy comes with the morning.” The verse is a reminder that there is hope in the Lord.
It has been said that everyone is either, going into a storm, in a storm or, coming out of one. That is a reminder that we fall face adversity but the Lord walks with us through it. Times of weeping come… but joy comes in the morning.
Are you going through a tough patch? If you are, you aren’t alone. Lots of people either have or, they are currently facing adversity. Cling to your faith. The adversity will end in time. Or, maybe your situation doesn’t change but God gives you the strength to deal with it.
Weeping lasts for the night, but joy comes in the morning.

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