Evening of Tears, Morning of Joy
Evening of Tears, Morning of Joy
Psalm 30
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Sunday Morning Service,  October 26, 2008
 

The establishment of David’s house was the sign that God had finally brought him through a time of great turmoil, fulfilling the promises He had made to him. When we read this psalm of dedication, we realize that the rest David was given by God allowed him to put his time of heartache into larger perspective. For God’s people, there may be weeping in the night, but always joy in the morning.

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