Posted by: Pure Glory | 03/06/2015

Rejoicing In The Lord

iu-3by Hazel Straub

No matter what the circumstances in which we find ourselves, the joy of the Lord is our strength. Our health may go, the job disappear, the mortgage be past due, people lie and gossip about us. But the joy of the Lord gives us strength.

I will rejoice in the goodness of the Lord. You my are my rock and my strength. Lord, you bring me through deep waters and keep me safe. Your joy bubbles out of me.

Even if the fig tree does not blossom
and there are no grapes on the vines,
If the olive trees fail to give fruit
and the fields produce no food,
If the flocks die far from the fold
and there are no cattle in the stalls;
Then I will still rejoice in the Eternal!
I will rejoice in the God who saves me!
The Eternal Lord is my strength!
He has made my feet like the feet of a deer;
He allows me to walk on high places. (Habakkuk 3:17-19 VOICE)

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  1. Habakkuk 3:17 has become my favorite verse. I’m glad you quoted the other two as well. When we come to a point to praise God in all circumstances, He fills us up with joy. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and God’s word.

    • Rejoicing in the Lord makes all the difference, He is my joy!


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