Let him sit alone in silence,
for the Lord has laid it on him.
Let him bury his face in the dust—
there may yet be hope.
Let him offer his cheek to one who would strike him,
and let him be filled with disgrace.
This post is a follow-up to my post, Waiting For You. In that post I wrote about verses 25 through 27 which precede the above verses. I wrote about the long, never-ending journey of seeking the Lord, and how you find the Lord bit by bit each day. The Lord is always there waiting for us to find God. The post also referenced, “bearing the yoke” of consequences of your decisions, particularly your bad decisions. It is better to suffer and learn in your youth when you have time to recover. Continue reading