The Berean Expositor
Volume 23 - Page 90 of 207
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To all, therefore, who are passing through the shadows, who feel the burden of the
day, come the many encouraging words of "uplift" from the Word.
He is the "lifter up" of our head (Psa. 3: 3). His countenance lifted up upon us is the
greatest sign of good we have here below (Psa. 4: 6). We should not then lift up our eyes
to the hills, but to Him from Whom our help cometh. We should lift up our soul,
our eyes, our hands, our feet, and seek grace to run with patience the race set before us.
"Lift up the hands which hang down": "Look up, and lift up your heads."