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Sowing Our Tears (Psalm 126)

All of us go through painful times, where hope seems absent and tears are plentiful. For many at ChristChurch London, the past few weeks have been just such a time, as we have mourned the loss of a good friend. 62 more words


Ezra 6:18-22: Marvels – Part I

Ezra 6:18-22: Marvels – Part I

Friday, October 14, 2016

It must have seemed unreal to the Israelites – after praying for years – to not only return to Jerusalem but also to receive safe passage and assistance from the dynasty which had first overtaken them and then carried them into exile.  410 more words


Acrostic for Harvest

H  ard work
A  nd hope
R  ealized, and
V  ery grateful
E  ternally, with
S  ongs
T  o sing

They that sow in tears shall reap in joy.

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Thirty-one Ordinary Prayers, #12

Prayer of Joy (Paraphrase of Psalm 126)

Lord, when I think of how You rescued me from my own foolishness, I feel like a freed captive. 340 more words

A Song About Sowing

Sunday Evening Worship at NCPC, “Sowing in Tears, Reaping in Laughter,” tonight’s sermon, August 28, 2016.

Sermon text: Psalm 126


In the morning let us prepare for the new day with the words of the New Testament and in the evening let us reflect on how God moves in the lives of his people. 148 more words


Those Who Sow In Tears Shall Reap Rejoicing

The response of Psalm 126 today is “Those who sow in tears shall reap rejoicing.” The Psalm was written for a specific event in biblical history but it took on a different meaning for me. 398 more words