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How to respond in the day of affliction (Lamentations 3:1-3, Lamentations 3:19-27)

Thapelo Mpai on Sunday Evening 18-Feb-2018
Part of the series " miscellaneous".
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About Thapelo Mpai: Thapelo is studying at the London Seminary.
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Lamentations 3:1–3 (Listen)

3:1   I am the man who has seen affliction
    under the rod of his wrath;
  he has driven and brought me
    into darkness without any light;
  surely against me he turns his hand
    again and again the whole day long.

(ESV)

Lamentations 3:19–27 (Listen)

19   Remember my affliction and my wanderings,
    the wormwood and the gall!
20   My soul continually remembers it
    and is bowed down within me.
21   But this I call to mind,
    and therefore I have hope:
22   The steadfast love of the LORD never ceases;
    his mercies never come to an end;
23   they are new every morning;
    great is your faithfulness.
24   “The LORD is my portion,” says my soul,
    “therefore I will hope in him.”
25   The LORD is good to those who wait for him,
    to the soul who seeks him.
26   It is good that one should wait quietly
    for the salvation of the LORD.
27   It is good for a man that he bear
    the yoke in his youth.

(ESV)

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