The Book of Comfort James Russell Miller Author
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Comfort, comfort My people. Speak tenderly to Jerusalem, and announce to her that her time of servitude is over, her iniquity has been pardoned, and she has received from the Lords hand double for all her sins. Isaiah 40: 2There is need always for tender words. Always there is sorrow. Everywhere hearts are breaking. There is no one who is not made happier by gentle speech. Yet there is in the world, a dearth of tender words. Some people scarcely ever speak them.Their tones are harsh. There seems no kindness in their hearts. They are gruff, severe, faultfinding.Even in the presence of suffering and sorrow, they evince no tenderness. Speak tenderly is a divine exhortation. That is the way God wants us to speak to each other.That is the way God himself ever speaks to his children. The Bible is full of tender words. We would say that in view of the wickedness of men, their ingratitude, the base return they make for God's goodness, the way they stain the earth with sinGod would be angry with them every day. But instead of anger, only love is shown.He is ever speaking in words of loving kindness. He makes his sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends the rain on the just and the unjust. Every message he sends is love. All his thoughts toward his children are peace. The most wonderful expression of his heart toward the world, was in the giving of Christ. He was the Word, the revealer of the heart of God. He never spoke so tenderly to women when he sent his Son. Who can measure the comfort that was given to the world in Jesus Christ?This book will bring words of comfort and peace to the hearts of those who seek rest for their hearts in a reading inspired by the Word of God


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