It’s OK not to be OK: Disappointment

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Pastor Steve Hull



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Lamentations 1:1-9 Lamentations is a book which cries out to God regarding the destruction of Jerusalem. What was once a great city has been brought to ruins. The temple which represented the presence and promise of God was no more. Sometimes there are experiences in our own lives which surprise us. Sometimes things don’t go the way that we expected them to go. Even in these times, it’s OK not to be OK.