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Thursday, January 11, 2007

The Lord's Mercy on Israel (Jeremiah 31:15-17)

The Lord says ' A sound is heard in Ramah, the sound of bitter weeping. Rachel is crying for her children; they are gone, and she refuses to be comforted. Stop your crying and wipe away your tears. All that you have done for your children will not go unrewarded; they will return from the enemy's land. There is hope for your future; your children will come back home. I, the Lord, have spoken.

Source: Good News Bible, Illustrated, Collins, 1990:764

What I learn from this passage:- that
  • God is merciful
  • God can hear our crying
  • God is always watching over us
  • God comforts us
  • God gives us hope
  • God can deliver on his promises

Today 11th January 2007, I look back with satisfaction that God loves me and that he has been very kind by blessing me with the gift of life, good health, children, a home, a job, warm clothes and kind people. I look forward with hope to achieving my goals in life.

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