At the end of Yah’s bitterness, he allows you to experience his deliverance.
Shalom, and happy morning to you. We have all gone down the road of bitterness. This life is full of it and so it is quite unavoidable. But the bitterness we suffer is not meant to destroy us if we are counted among Yah’s fold; as strange as it may sound, it is for our good. Just like many bitter things in nature are good for you, such as certain fruits, spices, vegetables, and herbs, suffering bitterness can have a positive effect on us. But there is a distinction between bitter things in nature that can harm and kill and those that can heal or improve health. The same is true for the bitterness found in life among those who serve Yah: he will never allow you to suffer the kind that destroys. At the end of the bitterness, he allows you to experience his deliverance.
So, as a servant of Yah, if you are experiencing bitterness in your life, embrace it, and know that it will not last. But consider it a process of spiritual cleansing.
17 Behold, it is for my welfare that I had great bitterness; but in love you have delivered my life from the pit of destruction, for you have cast all my sins behind your back.
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