I Know The Destination

…Well, in this post, I could write about some of the struggles and troubles weighing on my heart, but “N-a-a-h!!” Who wants to read that stuff, right?! …And who wants to focus on it either?!

O.k., I’ll be honest. I was going to write about some of that “stuff,” but then I read this email from my cousin, Tiffany. She sent me a devotional by Max Lucado, entitled “The Journey.” I agree with Mr. Lucado, when he states, “I can endure the journey, because I know the destiny…” When we reach our final destination, the trials we once faced will quickly be forgotten!!

Glory Hallelujah–Praise Be To God!!

You may read “The Journey” here. Also, you may visit Max Lucado’s website over here.

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The Morning Will Come…

…and the mourning will end.

“…Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.” –Psalm 30:5

“This I recall to my mind, therefore have I hope. It is of the LORD’S mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassions fail not. They are new every morning: great is thy faithfulness.”Lamentations 3:21-23

About 28 years ago, when I was just a kid, my dad and I used to sing this song at church:

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The Sun’s Coming Up

(artist–Dixie Melody Boys)

Once again, I faced Satan this morning
And I battled him all the day long
But in my weakness, God sends reinforcements
And at sundown, I’ll sing Victory’s song

And the sun’s comin’ up, in the morning
Every tear will be gone from my eye
This old clay’s gonna give way to Glory
And like an eagle, I’ll take to the sky

In a world, filled with doubts and confusion
It’s so hard when you don’t understand
Oh, but I stand on a solid foundation
And I hold to God’s unchanging hand

And the sun’s comin’ up, in the morning
Every tear will be gone from my eye
This old clay’s gonna give way to Glory
And like an eagle, I’ll take to the sky

And the sun’s comin’ up, in the morning