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  • Charles L Robinson Jr.

"Keep weeping, the world needs your weep" ~ Author Charles L. Robinson Jr.

I read a statement the other day that stated: "If there was one thing that this world needs, what would be that one thing?". A few individual topics came to my mind and each perspective topic can be identified as "one thing". It's on my mind to share "one thing" as our today's devotion to encourage you to both continue in and grow greater in. What's the "one thing"? Keep weeping, this world needs your weep. Your weep is a reflection of your healthy interest and not your disinterest regarding the welfare of others (both individuals and community.) When things happen in this world (occurrences), there are pre-established conditions (here, exampled healthy interest or disinterest) waiting to partake in the happenings (occurrences.) When Lazarus died (an exampled happening-occurrence in this world), Lazarus's circumstance awaited Jesus's pre-established condition. Jesus's pre-established condition was healthy-interested care for Lazarus and his family. Jesus's healthy-interested care was lawful violence taking things by force attempting to impart comfort, encouragement, and faith to create a better world (Jesus's personal heart condition and care for others was/is a reflection of creating a better world. There are and will continue to be so many different -continuous world happenings (occurrences) awaiting your pre-established condition and my hope, prayer, and encouragement is that those happenings (occurrences) partake with your pre-established weep (your personal healthy-caring interest) which represents lawful violence creating a better world. Remember, genuine care is lawful violence and remain encouraged irrelevant of the response(s) to your weep (your care) because your weep (your care) if not now will eventually meet it's comfort. You and your families have a beautiful day!

"Jesus wept". John 11:35

"And from the days of John the Baptist until now, the kingdom of heaven suffereth violence, and the violent take it by force". Matthew 11:12

"Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted". Matthew 5:4 (Select Devotions - All Devotions)


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