God looks down on the happenings at Laban’s and brings justice to Leah. Despised by her father and her husband, the Lord gives her joy in bearing children.
I am afflicted by pains and terrors, Hate my sin and its trap; And yet Monday finds me hoping, Abhor my failures, so many; Lying to myself. But you love, Thy law delivers mercy. Do not forsake me, I love this struggle with you. I hate and abhor lying: but thy law do I love.Continue reading “Law #163”
My hands also, you fit to hold a pen, Will I lift up my verses in praise of the Son? Unto thy great name I spin the verbs, Commandments which delight me – power my fingers. I have loved the grand service of a scribe, And I pray for treasures new and old. I willContinue reading “Statutes #48”
In Proverbs chapter eight a guest speaker steps to the lectern. Actually, this is the founder of the school, Lady Wisdom herself.