I started looking at Ps 126 today and found it interesting to realize that it can be divided into two parts: v.1-3 are a remembrance of what God has done in the past and v.4-6 look to the future.
In between those two sets of verses is what I would call "today". I can look back and remember good things that God has done... brought deliverance from fear, anger, hurt... brought healing... I recall His faithfulness as we walked through some dark days...
I look to the future and anticipate what God will do in our lives.
Yes, God is faithful. The events of the past are witness to that. I believe that He will be faithful in the days ahead - He has promised that.
But for today. I teeter on the brink. I wonder , "How long, O Lord? Have you forgotten us? When will You act?"
My head knows all the right answers... but my heart feels a little less sure.
My head says, "Remember His faithfulness". My heart feels heaviness and asks, "How long?"
My head says, "Great is Thy faithfulness. His mercies are new every morning". My heart cries, "O Lord, forgive my feelings of hopelessness and doubt. Help my unbelief"
My head says, "You do not walk this journey alone". My heart begs, "Help me to know Your presence"
and yet... for today... I'm in that place of "in between". . .
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