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Finding Comfort in God's Presence

Good morning Ekklesia,

I must admit, this week, has been rough for me, sickness and even death showed its face strong. My friends and loved ones were deeply impacted. And when they hurt, I hurt. Today Word is for them and people who are going through similar situations.

Today let's look at the profound truth found in God's Word. In Psalm 34:18, we are reminded that "The Lord is close to the brokenhearted, and rescues those whose spirits are crushed." This promise reveals God's deep compassion and His intimate presence in our moments of despair. When we feel overwhelmed by sorrow and life's burdens weigh heavily on our hearts, God is not distant. Instead, He draws near, offering comfort and deliverance.

Jesus echoes this invitation in Matthew 11:28, saying, "Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest." Our Savior beckons us to bring our weariness and burdens to Him. In His presence, we find rest for our souls. His gentle and humble heart provides a refuge, a place where our spirits can be renewed.

Revelation 21:4 offers a beautiful vision of our future hope: "He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away." This verse assures us that the pain and suffering of this world are temporary. God Himself will tenderly wipe away every tear, and all the brokenness will be healed. A glorious new order will come, where sorrow and suffering are no more.

Psalm 147:3 reinforces this promise: "He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds." Our God is not only close to us in our pain, but He actively heals and restores us. He is the Great Physician who tenderly binds up our wounds, mending the fractures of our hearts.

In these verses, we see a consistent and comforting message: God is with us in our suffering. He is our healer, our rest-giver, and our future hope. No matter how deep our pain, God's love and compassion are deeper still. Let us draw near to Him, casting our burdens at His feet, and find comfort in His enduring promises. He is our refuge, our strength, and our ever-present help in times of trouble.

Ekklesia, I pray, you find comfort in Him.

LoveUmorethanUknow, Stephän


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