How to Know ‘Joy Comes in the Morning’ in Your Darkest Hour

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I can’t tell you how many times I’ve curled up in bed with tears on my pillow and reminded myself that joy comes in the morning. Nighttime feels like a safe place to let out all of the heavy emotions of the day. I finally have a moment to rest and it’s just me and God. I can talk to Him, let the tears flow, and allow God’s peace soak into the deepest parts of me. Even in the midst of my darkest hours, Jesus is right there with me. Joy can be too.

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