Psalm 126: 4-6 (NIV) “Restore our fortunes,[a] Lord, like streams in the Negev. 5 Those who sow with tears will reap with songs of joy. 6 Those who go out weeping, carrying seed to sow, will return with songs of joy, carrying sheaves with them”.
There’s an act of kindness that we can do as individuals. This act of kindness when reciprocated by many will become huge benefits for others. One act of kindness can impact many. Let us be part of the solution by using our talents to benefit others so that we can all rejoice again this Thanksgiving season.
We must never forget what God has done in our lives because that’s the marker for what God can do and will continue to do. If we look back to our lives, we can see many situations when God has come through for us in different circumstances and surely, He will do it again.
God has not forsaken us and we need to know that He will be there for us at all times. There will be rejoicing again and all we need to do is praise Him in all seasons. The story of Abraham and Sarah is a typical example of what we can do in our lives (Genesis 17:16). When we reflect on what is going on in the world and what the entire world is going through recently, we can count on His promise that we will rejoice again.
Luke 6:21(NIV) “Blessed are you who hunger now, for you will be satisfied. Blessed are you who weep now, for you will laugh”. We should not be intimidated about what we’re going through or what is going on around the world because God has promised in Jeremiah 31:25(NIV) “I will refresh the weary and satisfy the faint”. These are reassuring words from God that whatever the situation, He will never forsake us. We must continually proclaim these affirmations that we will overcome and there will be rejoicing, dancing and singing again. God will do the unimaginable in our lives and as we prepare for more rejoicing this thanksgiving season. Doing good is one of the attributes of our Lord Jesus Christ.