It’s not the pain that trouble them… oh it might… but it was a heavy sorrow that clouded their life that make it even harder to breath.
Sorrow is a common partner in human experience. It is guaranteed. It comes in a difference ways; predictable and necessary or random and tragic. Pep talk won’t settle it. Sleepover it will even make it worst. Like it or not, it will affect you profoundly for the rest of your life. It will also affect you even if you love God. When will it end?
Psalmist writes ‘Weeping may last through the night, but joy comes with the morning.’ (30:5) Maybe you’re struggling with the lost of parent, friend or acquaintance along the road we call life in this earthly time. Get back at your feet. Stand up again. Your sorrow won’t be long.
Weeping may last through the night but soon or later it will be over. The moon will get tired and the sun will rise. The Bible says that God opens doors of opportunity to help you cope with and eventually overcome your sorrow. His comforting present will make you see that you sorrow won’t get the last word.