(by John MacDuff)
“I know their sorrows.” Exodus 3:7Man cannot say so. There are many sensitive
fibers in the soul the best and most tender
human sympathy cannot touch.
But the Prince of Sufferers, He who led the
When crushing bereavement lies like ice on the
He who once bore my sins also carried my sorrows.
That eye, now on the throne, was once dim with weeping!
I can think in all my afflictions, “He was
“I know their sorrows!”
He may seem at times thus to forget and forsake
He often allows our needs to attain their extremity,
“The Lord is very pitiful and of tender mercy.”
And “knowing” our sorrows, is a guarantee that none
All He sends is precisely meted out; wisely apportioned.
There is nothing accidental or fortuitous; no
He “puts our tears in a bottle.” (Psalm 61:8)
Each one is counted, drop by drop, tear by tear,
Suffering believer, the iron may have entered deeply
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