Bible in 365 Days – Day 20

Focus Chapters:

  • Job 5-7


Standout Verse(s):

Job 7:11 NLT

I cannot keep from speaking.
I must express my anguish.
My bitter soul must complain.


Observation (s):

  1. In the midst of his dark situation, Job chose to cry out and complain to God. He sought God.


I remember a season of pain and anguish when I felt all alone. One night, I went to church. In the midst of the service, my heart and soul felt so heavy that I began to weep bitterly. I stepped outside into the crevice of a wall and cried my heart out to God. In that moment I felt a pair of arms wrap around me (no-one was there) and I felt at peace, deeply comforted and seen and heard by God. In that moment, I knew everything would be okay, and it was. Crying out to God  in the midst of our dreary situation is a good tactic. Who better to complain to that the Author of our lives, the One who has the power to fix everything? Like Job, when opposed or faced with dark circumstances, we should cry out to God with the certainty that He sees and hears us and will rescue us in due season, if we faint not.



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I am a dynamic young lady who loves the Lord and seek to have a joy that no one can take away. My all-time favourite thing to do is gaining discoveries by design from My Father during our time each day. Reading, learning and trying new things falls behind in a close second place. My dream is to use my God-given talents to positively impact as many people as possible. As a proud Wolmerian, with a zest for life, I adhere to the “Age Quod Agis” motto in that whatsoever I do, I always do it to the best of my ability.

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