Be A Watchman: Wait & Hope
“I wait for the Lord; I wait and put my hope in his word.
More than watchmen for the morning.” Psalm 130:5-6 CSB
While we live here on earth, we sometimes experience the reality of suffering. Suffering is not easy. Yet if I believe in my authenticity as a human being and also experience a belief in the eternity of humanity, I need to learn two words: wait and hope. These words go beyond a description of humanity but give the procedure for participating in it. This psalm is centered in these two words.
In the meantime is there something for me to do? Yes, become a watchman. This is a very important position that does not require me to do very much. The watchman knows he cannot control the forces of nature, he knows dawn is coming but he is alert to dangers and confronts them. Waiting and hoping are based on a conviction that God is actively involved in His creation and very vigorous
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