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Session 2

See Me Through

Read: Psalm 30:6-12, Hebrews 10:23, 36

How would your perspective change if you knew the outcome of the season of life you’re in right now?

“See Me Through” was written in a time where I really wished I could see the end of what my wife and I were going through.

We were eight weeks pregnant with our first daughter, and at the ultrasound appointment, we found out she had two cysts on her umbilical cord.

By our next appointment, God had healed our baby girl! But the days leading up to that reminded me that even though we sometimes walk through very uncertain circumstances, we get to lean on a very certain God.

Psalm 30 is a psalm David writes thanking God for saving him from near death. In Psalm 30:11, David writes, “You turned my wailing into dancing; you removed my sackcloth and clothed me with joy.” In other words, David is saying, “I’ve faced moments that were so tough that the only thing I could do was wail in my distress.”

Has that ever been you? Maybe it’s you right now as you read this. You know, one of those moments when it seems like life has stacked every negative and harmful thing against you.

In the second half of Psalm 30:11, David explains that God turned his wailing into dancing. God took a sackcloth, a symbol of grief and sorrow, and traded it for joy. What David thought was going to destroy him actually strengthened him.

We all wish we could see the end from the beginning. We have no idea what’s waiting for us in this life. There will be ups, and most certainly there will be downs.

But we do know the outcome! God is consistently waiting to turn our darkness into dancing; to set our feet on a rock that can’t be moved.

Take hold of this promise today: If God brought you to this moment, He’ll see you through.

Click the video above to watch Joshua Brown talk about the writing of "See Me Through" at a time when he and his wife feared for the life of their unborn daughter.


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