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MY DEAR! WHY ARE YOU WEEPING?

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MY DEAR! WHY ARE YOU WEEPING?

Are the cares of this earth                       	- Matthew 6:27
Breaking your very worth                         	- Matthew 6:26
Caretaker calls you dear 		- 1 Peter 5:7
Don’t despair, He is very near		- Isaiah 41:10
Eagerly He weighs your heart		- 2 Chronicles 28:9
Faithfully records every thought		- Psalm 56:8
Grants whatever you sought		- John 16:24
His will if it does comply		- 1 John 5:16
If that be so, worried fly			- Nehemiah 8:10
Just praise and send your petition		- Philippians 4:6
Kindling the fire of faith while in tribulation	- Matthew 17:20
Let others in you see His light		- Matthew 5:16
May their lives also become bright		- Matthew 5:14
Never say ‘I am alone’			- Joshua 1:5
Oh! He says, “You are never alone”		- Matthew 28:20
Patiently pursue the race		- Hebrews 12:1; 2 Timothy 4:7
Quit not, He’ll give you the grace		- James 4:6
Relax! Rejoice watch your pace		- Philippians 4:4
See always His radiant face		- Psalm 34:5
Tell about the wonders done		- 1 Chronicles 16:24
Ubiquitous made you unique – just one	- Genesis 1:27
Verily He says like you there is none 	- Luke 12:7
Why are you weeping? He asks		- John 20:15
Xcellent, more than a mother is His task	- Isaiah 66:13
Yaweh has inscribed you on His palm 	- Isaiah 49:16
Zealous is your heavenly Father – a sure balm- Jeremiah 8:22

Asking you, “My dear! Why are you weeping?”   - John 20:15

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