Bleesed Are They Who MournFor they will be comforted
Venerable Thomas A Kempis wrote: “I am with him in tribulation (Ps 91:15). Lord, what means this statement? Clarify for me the meaning of the words you have spoken, and explain their intent for your servant’s benefit.
”Listen, my son. When you suffer tribulation and your heart is filled with sorrow, you are on the cross with Jesus, and when you find consolation in your devotions and delight in singing hymns and sacred songs, you rise with Jesus in newness of spirit. It is then that with joyful heart you will sing Alleleuia, as one raised from the dead and freed from the tomb.”