A famous psychiatrist once said, “With peace in his soul a man can face the most terrifying experiences. But without peace in his soul, he cannot manage even as simple a task as writing a letter.”
There is no denying the existence of those terrifying dark nights of the soul when the cry of the Psalmist becomes our own:
I cry out with my voice to the Lord …
I point out my complaint before Him …
In the path where I walk they have hidden
a trap for me.
I look to the night and watch,
but there is none who takes notice of me.
No refuge remains to me,
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