Worship through Suffering

"Though he slay me, I will hope in him;" (Job 13:15) Sometimes when grief is overwhelming and comfort gone, we do not feel like praising God. But praise, even dogged, soul-wrestling praise is a great tonic, for it recalls that God is still there, still sovereign and that means whatever right now looks like, it is not meaningless.

“Though You Slay Me” (featuring John Piper) from Desiring God on Vimeo.

John Adams, 23/03/2015

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