In Isaiah 54, God reminds us of his unwavering love and compassion.
“Although the mountains be shaken and the hills be eliminated, but my unfailing love for you’ll not be shaken nor my covenant of peace be eliminated,” says the Lord, who has compassion on you.” Isaiah 54:10
After a protracted arduous day on the workplace, every little thing appeared darkish and heavy. Each thought working via my head got here from this dismal place — a spot I couldn’t escape. Even the leisure actions I seemed ahead to after work turned simply one other alternative to complain.
I needed to cover, however I needed to handle one final little bit of enterprise. I plopped down at my desk and ready for the ultimate convention name of the day.
My seven-year-old son knocked on the door and strolled into my room. “Dad, you look a little bit drained. You need to relaxation. I like you.” With these treasured phrases, a rush of affection swept over me. I seemed up at him. “Thanks, son! You made me very comfortable.”
In Isaiah 54, God reminds us of his unwavering love and compassion. In a world based on the notion of needing to have extra, accomplish extra, and be extra, God reminds us **it’s the love of his coronary heart that we’d like extra of — the supply of true peace when peace appears so distant.
In instances of desolation and discouragement, search refuge in Jesus Christ the place you’ll be able to relaxation and restore these elements of your life the world has worn down. He’s our key to peace throughout instances of stress and confusion. Pray all the time to him and be comforted by his kindness and compassion, hope and love, gentle and comfort — the right treatment for a troubled coronary heart and soul.
Lord, thanks in your infinite supply of peace and like to all who search your house of refuge. I ask that you simply remind me to name on you each time I discover myself uprooted, confused, and stressed on this world, a world that tries to attract us away from our supply of true peace — discovered solely in you. Amen.
At the moment: Thank God usually for his love, his care, and his peace.
By Doug Lim
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