I looked for sympathy, but there was none. (Psalm 69:20)
Come and be with Him.
Just as there were many who were appalled at him – his appearance was so disfigured beyond that of any human being and his form marred beyond human likeness. (Isaiah 52:14)
He asks you not to avert your gaze from Him. Not to escape. Not to be horrified at your helplessness because there is no more good advice to give, and it’s a hopeless case.
In the abyss of His loneliness, He is waiting for you. Crushed, made defenseless, He desires your presence with all who you are.
He can’t stretch His arms more to show that He’s ready for this meeting. In case you doubted His good intentions, he let His heart be pierced open, so that you can look inside and chcek.
So He wants you to be with Him. And He will tell you very quietly – but if you come closer, you’ll hear – “I knew you would come.”
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