In the losses studied this week, the question is asked, “Will Your Anchor Hold?” – Hymn 534. We are reminded “My Shepherd Will Supply My Need” – Hymn 104 and that “He Leadeth Me” – Hymn 537. The prayer in Hymn 644, “O God, Whose Will Is Life and Good” requests the Lord to drive disease afar, rather than suffering the loss of health.
Trust may be lost with family and friends, but we are able to “Trust and Obey” our Lord in Hymn 590. There’s mercy with the Lord, in Hymn 279, “Only Trust Him” and in Hymn 510, “If You But Trust in God to Guide You” along with Hymn 524, “Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus” and Hymn 535, “I Am Trusting Thee, Lord Jesus”.
The “Loss of Life” in our midst is most painful. With the faith we have in Jesus, we have so many promises of “A Day Of New Beginning?” Hymn 342. It won’t be long and “Soon Shall the Trump of God” give out the welcome sound – Hymn 419 and “I’m Going Home” – Hymn 437 and there is “No Night There” Hymn 427. We will sing with joy as “Lo, What a Glorious Sight Appears” to our believing eyes! – Hymn 446.
Please do “Hold Fast Til I Come” – Hymn 600 so we may all walk the beautiful streets of gold in Heaven very soon to meet with our Lord, and Saviour, Jesus Christ for eternity.
Blessings to you for a wonderful Sabbath Day.
2 Timothy 2:15 KJV – “Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”