Pastor Sonny concludes our study of the Book of Lamentations with the reminder that even though the ending may sound bleak, and we may often face doubt and uncertainty on this side of eternity, when we turn back to God as our portion there is always hope because He has promised to act according to […]
We continue our study of the Book of Lamentations this week as Pastor Sonny moves into the middle of Lamentations 3, where we see that despite the fact that God may allow suffering for His purposes, His mercies are new every morning, and the darkness will not last forever.
Can God really abandon His children? Do we really believe that God is good all the time? Pastor Sonny shares some answers to these questions as we continue our study in the Book of Lamentations.
In this week’s message in our study of Lamentations, Pastor Sonny talks about the problem of abandonment and the pain that comes with it, as illustrated by the plight of Jerusalem and the exile of Israel.
If the first of a two-part sermon in our study of the Book of Lamentations, Pastor Sonny explains the historical context behind what happened to Jerusalem the led to the lamentations of Jeremiah, and the challenge in understanding how this kind of suffering can be seen as a loving act from a merciful God.