Fb2 Though He Slay Me ePub
by Miriam Wood
|Publisher:||Review and Herald Pub. Association (1981)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1202 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1623 kb|
|Digital formats:||azw mobi mbr lrf|
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Though you slay me Yet I will praise you Though you take from me I will bless your name Though you ruin me Still I will worship Sing a song to the one who’s all I need
Though you slay me Yet I will praise you Though you take from me I will bless your name Though you ruin me Still I will worship Sing a song to the one who’s all I need. Great Pain, Greater God. It is supernatural - an evidence of the Holy Spirit at work - when praise wells up in our souls in the midst of our greatest pains. It is a taste of Job 13:15, where Job, in the vortex of such great sufferings, makes this beautiful declaration of allegiance to God: Though he slay me, I will hope in him. By no means does such praise mean the pain is lessened. The hurt is every bit as real
Even though we were not sure he would agree to what we wanted, or even that the spell would work, we were overjoyed. If he refused our plea, I didn’t know what we would do. Even though we had prepared well, I was becoming worried at our depleted stores.
Even though we were not sure he would agree to what we wanted, or even that the spell would work, we were overjoyed. More good news; the battle at Manchester had been long, and well fought. We succeeded in taking over the town and all our friends returned safely. The extra help had not been expected and therefore, we were using up more of our food than we had thought. I knew we could not carry on for many more months and sooner, rather than later, we would have to begin rationing the food and fuel we used.