Then Came The Morning


Autumn dawn, originally uploaded by James Jordan.

I will exalt You, LORD,
because You have lifted me up
and have not allowed my enemies
to triumph over me.
LORD my God,
I cried to You for help, and You healed me.

LORD, You brought me up from Sheol;
You spared me from among those
going down to the Pit.

Sing to the LORD, you His faithful ones,
and praise His holy name.

For His anger lasts only a moment,
but His favor, a lifetime.
Weeping may spend the night,
but there is joy in the morning.

Psalm 30:1-6

Comments

Steve said…
Shall I be the fist to make a comment?!What a superb photo and what a wonderful psalm of praise!
Steve said…
fist should be first!
Gudl said…
I love this psalm!

Thank you, Mike, for your comments on my blog. Yes, our winters here in Upstate New York are l o n g !!
We are only about 2 hours away from the Canandian border - that's why!!
Sidharth said…
There's this song I love "You turned my mourning into dancing again..."

=)

Sid
Sharon said…
Beautiful picture and beautiful Psalm :)
Angie said…
Hope bubbles up inside me when I read that. Thank YOu Lord!
Wanda said…
One of my favorites!! I love that His anger is only for a moment ~~ but His love for me everlasting!!!!

The photo is awesome too.
GrandmaK said…
Thanking God for this NEW Day! Have a Grand one!!! Cathy
Andrea said…
What soothing words. Beautiful picture too.
imac said…
Nice photo and words Mike.
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Suz said…
Weeping may spend the night, but there is joy in the morning...

God is a God of all our emotions. That's good! This is a good verse to remember as I focus on joy and getting back to joy from distressing emotions.
zakscloset said…
wow it's very short but has so much strong meanings to it. i don't know much about psalms (sorry) but it's so poetic and absolutely beautiful!
Barbara said…
This is again such a wonderful photo. I like this even better that the lush hill and sky. Great Psalm.
Debbie365 said…
There's an old Bill Gaither song with that title.
"Then came the morning, night turned into day. The stone was rolled away, hope rose with the dawn. Then came the morning, shadows vanished before the sun. Death had lost and Life had won, for morning had come." (http://www.allthelyrics.com/song/494559/)
Amrita said…
One joint comment for all...your pictures , music and comments are thrilling