Endurance needed! Sometimes life can be exceedingly difficult!
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Sometimes life can be very difficult. Therefore, here is one video that can help!
Freedom Scriptures from God’s Word when trials come with applications. Click here! (Highlighted text added)
Freedom Scriptures Part 2 from God’s Word when trials come. Click here! (Highlighted text added)
The palm denotes the saint's spiritual beauty, ever fresh joy, and fruitfulness; his orderly upright aspect, perpetual verdure, rising from earth toward heaven. Also, the elastic fibber sending it upward, however, loaded with weights and agitated by winds, symbolizes the believer sitting already in heavenly places, in spite of earthly burdens (Colossians 3:1-2; Ephesians 2:6; Philippians 3:20; 4:6; Acts 20:23-24). Rough to the touch, encased below in dry bark, but fruitful and green above; so the saint despised below, beautiful above, straitened with many trials here, but there bearing fruit before God unto everlasting life (2 Corinthians 4:8-18). The "great multitude of all nations before the Lamb with palms in their hands" are antitypical to that which escorted Christ at His triumphal entry (Revelation 7:9, etc.). The palm symbolizes their joyful triumph after having come out of "the great tribulation." The palm was carried with willows and thick trees (rabbinically called luwlab) in the hand at the feast of tabernacles, the thanksgiving for the ingathered fruits, and the commemoration of Israel's 40 years' sojourn in tabernacles in the wilderness. The earthly feast shall be renewed in commemoration of Israel's wilderness-like dispersion and sojourn among the nations (Zechariah 14:16). The final and heavenly antitype is Revelation 7:9, etc.
(from Fausset's Bible Dictionary, Electronic Database Copyright © 1998, 2003, 2006 by Biblesoft, Inc. All rights reserved.)
Parts of this video were taken from Wisdom Booklet 11:423-426. ©Institute in Basic Life Principles. Used with permission.