Fire Scripture: Isaiah 30:19-21
Psalm 30:5 – “For his anger endureth but a moment, in his favour is life, weeping may endure for a night but joy cometh in the morning.”
Commitment and determination will make difficult things easy.
Weep no more. Your season of joy has come, in the name of Jesus.
There is no one without a challenge. The difference is the form it takes and the time it happens in a life. According to our Fire Scripture today, God has promised to be with you when you are passing through any challenge or affliction. Beloved, when you put your trust in God even in the time of affliction, there will definitely be light at the end of every dark tunnel. The challenge you are passing through now may be barrenness, late marriage, death of a loved one, unfaithful spouse, wayward children, etc.
And all these things are making you to shed tears of sorrow. I would like you to know that God is with you saying, “Weep no more.” He is the only One that can provide solution. His presence is always with you (Psalm 61:1-2). God told King Hezekiah in 2 Kings 20:5: “I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy tears …” This means that those tears you shed in prayer and not in grumbling or complaining are not in vain.
They are visible to the invisible God who has the capacity to wipe away those tears and give you your heart desires. What is that thing you have been crying, praying and waiting on God for? Wipe your tears; weep no more for God is ready to replace your tears of sorrow with tears of joy. The Bible says in Psalm 30:5 that weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning. Your season of joy has come, beloved.
Therefore, weep no more. Your sorrow will not last forever. God is on the move to still that storm in your life. After every night, comes a glorious morning. The enemy does not have the last say over your life, it is only in God’s hands. Weeping cannot and has never solved any problem but only strengthens the enemy. Wipe those tears and tell it to Jesus.
1. My morning of joy shall come, in the name of Jesus.
2. Every power of my father’s house that has refused to let me go, your time is up, die, in the name of Jesus.
3. Every power of my father’s house that says I will die in this condition, what are you waiting for? Die, in the name of Jesus.
4. The enemy will not drag my life to the ground, in the name of Jesus.
5. Every ancestral wall built around my glory, crumble, in the name of Jesus.
6. My glory in bondage, receive deliverance, in the name of Jesus.
Bible In One Year
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