During the Winter months it is not unusual for us to become burdened with all the challenges of life which can wear us down spiritually and emotionally. When this happens to me I turn to Psalm 42:1-6.
Like a hind crying for water, my soul cries for you, O God; my soul thirsts for God, the living God; O when will I come to appear before my God? My tears have been my food day and night; I am ever taunted with, Where is your God? When I think of this, I pour out my soul, how I walked with the crowd, moved with them, the festive throng, to the House of God with joyous shouts of praise. Why so downcast, my soul, why disquieted within me? Have hope in God; I will yet praise Him for his saving presence.
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