Audio Lesson: https://youtu.be/qKLyd7ntbL0
Strength and beauty are her raiment, and she laughs at the last day.
We know she is strong, she has legs of vigor and strong arms. We know she is beautiful, she has created her own style and wears it well. Now we know that she laughs.
I love laughter. Laughter is as unique as a person’s voice. Laughter is contagious. My grandson laughs in his sleep. One night he was laughing so hard, I began. I was on a flight where the two attendance got the giggles and couldn’t get through the, “Welcome to Denver…” part of the flight. After five attempts most of the passengers were snickering right along with them. No one knew why, it just that laughter is contagious.
Few laugh at the future. We fear it, want to avoid it, worry about it, and are convinced that it will not be what we want it to be. Laughter is far from our minds.
So who can laugh at the future? This would be someone who knows that no matter what life throws at them, they will be able to handle. This is someone whose life isn’t out of control all of the time. This is someone who has learned from past experiences and believes that those
lessons will be useful in the future.
This is someone who trusts in a God that loves them… and so they laugh.