Moving from night to morning


Psalm 30:5 say’s “Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.”

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What does this scripture actually means? We assume that the trial will come at night-time, but the Psalmist is telling us it’s not about the night-time. Anytime we have trails that is our night; and when we cheer up our hearts with the joy of the Lord then we have moved from night to morning; not morning being day-light.

Anytime you are down in spirit we need to immediately think about the Lord for this will make our hearts merry.

It doesn’t mean that our trials or suffering has gone away at the moment, what it does mean is that we have changed our hearts regardless of our situation.

Remember when the heart changes your prospective changes and you see things which be not as though they were. We are never exempted from problems in life, Jesus promised to be here for us. We have His promises and we need to always remember this. Don’t let the enemy keep whispering in your ears about how bad your situation is, remind the devil that “Your GOD DEFEATED HIM! And watch the devil flee from you, amen?

 
Yesterday’s Bible Trivia Question: What was the first miracle Jesus did? He changed water into wine.
Today’s Bible Trivia Question: Name Adam and Eve’s children? Answer given next day devotion

 

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6 thoughts on “Moving from night to morning

  1. Let us not be distracted by the storms of this life. When we do so we begin to sink as Peter did as he walked on the water toward Jesus. Instead, we must have spiritual tunnel vision of sorts and have our vision focused entirely on Christ. When our eyes are on Him, our challenges will be like being stuck in the rain without an umbrella, an annoyance, nothing more.

  2. Reblogged this on Using God's Word in Everyday Life and commented:
    Let us not be distracted by the storms of this life. When we do so we begin to sink as Peter did as he walked on the water toward Jesus. Instead, we must have spiritual tunnel vision of sorts and have our vision focused entirely on Christ. When our eyes are on Him, our challenges will be like being stuck in the rain without an umbrella, an annoyance, nothing more.

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