Tag: Lamentations


Torn Down

Read: Lamentations 2:6-10 The LORD determined to lay in ruins the wall of the daughter of Zion. (v. 8) In the film Polish Wedding, a once-gentle husband flies into a jealous


Like an Enemy

Read: Lamentations 2:1-5 He has bent his bow like an enemy. (v. 4) In the years leading up to the exile, God identified himself as Israel’s husband and characterized their idolatry


No Comfort?

Read: Lamentations 1:17-20 Zion stretches out her hands, but there is none to comfort her. (v. 17) Years ago, I watched a television program that featured a man beginning the process


Unable to Move On

Read: Lamentations 1:12-16 Look and see if there is any sorrow like my sorrow. (v. 12) When I was a new pastor, I learned much from my mistakes. One hard lesson


Regret Redeemed

Read: Lamentations 1:7-11 Jerusalem remembers . . . all the precious things that were hers. (v. 7) As I get older, I find myself troubled by regrets: failing to savor my



Read: Lamentations 1:1-6 How lonely sits the city that was full of people! (v. 1) The original Hebrew title for the book of Lamentations is also the book’s first word: How.

Today is Giving Tuesday!

Your donation will bring hope to the Kuku tribe of Uganda by helping to translate the New Testament into their language for the first time ever. Today only, your donation can be tripled to have an even greater impact.

Download your free Carols and Lessons kit:

  • 25-Day Carols and Lessons for Adults
  • 5-Day Carols and Lessons for Kids
  • Printable Nativity Set