Rejoice in the Lord always: and again I say, Rejoice (#Phl 4:4).

Notice the #rejoicing is in the Lord. There is always cause for rejoicing in the Lord. I can rejoice because He wrote my name in His Book of Life before the foundation of the world. Oh, thank you, Lord. I can rejoice in the Lord even in my suffering because He promissed healing, blessings and a hopeful future. *Rejoice in the Lord always, and again I say rejoice.*

Jesus wept

Jesus wept. #john11

He was weeping when He saw the pain and the sorrow of humanity, when He saw the pain that His friends Mary and Martha were experiencing as a result of death. And He wept for their grief.

Jesus is moved by our infirmities; we have such a great High Priest, who is touched by our weaknesses. He sees us in our, your frailties. He sees us in your griefs. And He’s touched by your

feelings of grief and sorrow, by your weaknesses.

He’s just a loving and compassionate Lord, and One who is moved by our own sorrow and grief. And so, He wept for them.

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