For the Lord will not
cast off forever,
but, though he cause grief, he will have compassion
according to the abundance of his steadfast love;
for he does not afflict from his heart
or grieve the children of men.
I have previously written about Lamentations, Chapter 3, verses 25 through 27. In that post I wrote about seeking God and the consequences of your actions. I then followed that post by writing about verses 28 through 30, which was about taking the responsibility for the consequences of your actions and then learning from those consequences.
Now today I want to write about the three verses at the beginning of this post, Lamentations, Chapter 3, verses 31 through 33. Continue reading
The other day I had numerous burdens on my shoulders.
At one point I stopped my worried thought and said to myself “I have all these worries and not one of them is of my doing.”
Not one of them came about because of a decision I had made or course of action that I had chosen. Yet here were these burdens I was carrying on my shoulders.
Now I dealt with each one of them the best I could and in a few days they were lifted, but at any time they could and probably would revisit.
I asked myself “Why do people place these burdens on me?”
I thought that would be a good subject for a post but as I started to write this piece a number of days removed from the situation I realized only one person placed those burdens on my shoulders. Continue reading