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In the day when I cried, [you] answered me, and strengthened me …
—Psalm 138:3
At some time in life all of us feel the loneliness of sorrow. Mary and Martha were saddened by the death of their brother, Lazarus, and Martha said to Jesus, “If you had been here, my brother would not have died.” Theirs was a loneliness of sorrow. The shortest verse in the Bible tells us that at the tomb of Lazarus “Jesus wept.” He enters into our sorrows.

When we come to Jesus Christ, He does not promise to exempt us from trouble or sorrow. Tears will come, but deep inside there will be a joy that is difficult to explain to you. It is a joy from God—produced by the Holy Spirit. In the midst of trials and agony and tears which come to us all, a supernatural power is given out, producing joy.

“Joy Comes from Jesus in the Midst of Sorrow”: A 1-minute message from Billy Graham.

Prayer for the day
Your comfort in times of sorrow, loving Lord Jesus, enfolds me, giving light and hope in my darkness.

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