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Friday Flourish Devotional for 09/10/2021

Published by dbe_community, 2021-09-09 18:44:21

Description: Friday Flourish Devotional for 09/10/2021

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PSALM CHAPTER 30 Webster defines midnight as \"deep or extended darkness or gloom.\" My pastor said in a sermon, \"Learning To Handle Our Midnights,\" defines midnight as \"a bridge between yesterday and tomorrow.” Prepared or not, inevitably, each of us will have our midnights. I remember when I experienced my midnight. It came like a thief in the night when least expected it. It came at a time when I thought everything was going well. At that moment, a longtime friendship and professional relationship ended. A unique feeling of trusting, respecting, and supporting a relationship was lost, with no hope of ever being regained. On that day, I experienced the deepest darkness and gloom. That darkness

extended from one day to the next. It was midnight in the morning, middle of the day, in the afternoon, and all night. Months later, it feels like it happened just yesterday. In the book of Acts, Paul and Silas prayed in prison at midnight. During your midnight, when friends betray you, and you have no one else, pray. When no words relieve the pain, pray. God is your friend. God is a burden-bearer. There is another side to your midnight. On the other side of midnight, there is strength and power. On the other side of midnight, there is spiritual growth and stronger faith. On the other side of midnight, the bridge that connects yesterday with today and tomorrow, God fixes the brokenness in our lives, hearts, broken friendships, and broken relationships.

Prayer is the greatest healer. Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning.

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