“Where are You, Lord?” January 24

 

Where are You, Lord? - Where are You, Lord? Ever felt that way? Maybe you've been deeply hurt, possibly by someone close to you. Maybe that's you right now. It could be a financial trial or a serious illness. Whatever it is, you may feel like you've been crying out to God for help with no relief in sight. The psalmist in today's reading expressed the same feelings. How can understanding his prayer help you and me? #prayer #typeofChrist #faithWhere are You, Lord? Ever felt that way? Maybe you’ve been deeply hurt, possibly by someone close to you. Maybe that’s you right now. It could be a financial trial or a serious illness. Whatever it is, you may feel like you’ve been crying out to God for help with no relief in sight. The psalmist in today’s reading expressed the same feelings. How can understanding his prayer help you and me?

Also, read about Joseph and how he is a “type of Christ.” A type is a picture (like the old “tintypes,” pictures taken during the 1800s). In this case, a picture of Christ, a glimpse into God’s heart and the life of our Savior. What exactly does that mean and how should his example inspire us today?  Continue reading