December 13, 2017 – Matthew 5:4

Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted.

– Matthew 5:4

Thoughts on Today’s Verse…

The mourning mentioned in the verse is thought-provoking. I think, the Lord Jesus said this not to let us mourn for the worldly possessions or fame and gain, but to let us mourn for our sins and the evil in this world. As Noah saw the evil of the world, he mourned, and so did Lot when he saw people of the city faring sumptuously every day. People like them shall be comforted by God, because God observes the depths of people’s hearts. Then, do you know what God’s sorrow is? Here, let us share some words of God, God says, “His sorrow is due to mankind, for whom He has hopes but who has fallen into darkness, because the work He does on man does not come up to His expectations, and because the mankind He loves cannot all live in the light. He feels sorrow for the innocent mankind, for the honest but ignorant man, and for the man who is good but lacking in his own views. His sorrow is a symbol of His goodness and of His mercy, a symbol of beauty and of kindness.” God tells us clearly what His sorrow is and makes us see that only He feels sorrow for the innocent mankind. This is the love of the Creator for us humans, and is also His beauty and goodness.

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