Dr. Beth-Sarah Wright

Passionate advocate for authenticity in our lives and in our communities.

Joy Comes in the Morning!

Day 4. #Pilgrimagetojoy

Weeping may endure for a night but joy cometh in the morning.

Psalm 30:5

By far one of my favorite bible quotations. It is a promise of hope. Even in the midst of the fog of sorrow, or waterfalls of tears, or moans of pains, or mountains of obstacles….there is a promise that joy comes in the morning. These dark nights can be long. World history tells us that darkness can last 400 years…or even more. But joy is still promised to us. What does this say about the rhythm of life? Or, the way God works?

No matter what, no matter how long, no matter how deep, no matter how wounding…hope and joy still remains a possibility. Hold on. Wait and see. Taste the joy in the morning.

When you’re in a dark place, you sometimes tend to think you’ve been buried. Perhaps you’ve been planted. BLOOM.

Christine Caine

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