“Let the redeemed of the Lord say so, whom He has redeemed from the hand of the adversary” (Psalm 107:2).
Evil and suffering seek to break the human spirit and, thus, mute our voices. This is why we must testify even more of the things of God; that even out of our desert experiences, when life has left us exiled and despairing, if we have lived to face another day we must speak of God’s faithful provision. It is the collective voices of wounded disciples that stand as the counter-argument to those who say God does not care or even exist. Our saying so is an affirmation of God’s grace.