Lam 3:21 But in my mind I keep returning to something, something that gives me hope—
Lam 3:22 that the grace of Adonai is not exhausted, that his compassion has not ended.
Lam 3:23 [On the contrary,] they are new every morning! How great your faithfulness!
Lam 3:24 “Adonai is all I have,” I say; “therefore I will put my hope in him.
Lam 3:25 Adonai is good to those waiting for him, to those who are seeking him out.
Lam 3:26 It is good to wait patiently for the saving help of Adonai.
Lam 3:27 It is good for a man to bear the yoke from his youth.
Lam 3:28 Let him sit alone in silence when he has laid it on him.
Lam 3:29 Let him submit absolutely; there may yet be hope.
Lam 3:30 Let him offer his cheek to the one who strikes it, and receive his fill of insults.
Lam 3:31 For rejection by Adonai does not last forever.
Lam 3:32 He may cause grief, but he will take pity, in keeping with the greatness of his grace.
Lam 3:33 For he does not arbitrarily torment or punish human beings.