Today we have the conclusion of Meeting God at Wits’ End: Hope for the Weary.
I hope and pray that you’ve been encouraged and comforted by these devotionals. The book is now available as an E-book and paperback. If you’ve been blessed, I will greatly appreciate an honest review of the book on Amazon.
I plan to not post for a week or so. I’ve been working on a book that I stated a few years ago: God’s Triumphant Mercy: A Reflection of Psalm 51. That will be the next book launch.
I hope and pray that these devotionals have been a blessing, comfort, and encouragement to you at your wits’ end. God’s steadfast love, His great mercies, and His unwavering faithfulness will see you through, no matter what.
This life is brief; eternity is long. While that may sound trite, God’s word continues to highlight that contrast, encouraging you to look forward to what’s coming—eternal bliss. The glory that will be revealed will immediately swallow up all the suffering you’ve experienced in this fallen world: “For behold, I create new heavens and a new earth, and the former things shall not be remembered or come into mind” (Isa. 65:17).
Will you hold fast to the One who keeps you? Even if you lose your grip for some time, He won’t let you go. He has eternally committed Himself to you. In the end, He Himself will “restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you.” To Him be all the glory and praise, both now and forevermore.
The Devotional Writer
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