Living Oracleswith Roger Salter
He Wept Over the City Sunday, August 5, 2018
Jesus wept for Jerusalem, the city of his persecutors and the place of intense anguish. The city he looked upon was facing a fearful fate due to its loss of opportunity in not recognizing Jesus for who he was and thereby forfeiting the peace he came to give. It was the most desperate of human situations – to miss the time of divine visitation. Jesus laments over Jerusalem: “You did not recognize the time of God’s coming.”
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