Is it “one of those days”? Here is a little encouragement from Amy Carmichael:
Ps. 76.4 LXX Thou dost wonderfully shine forth from the everlasting mountains.
Sometimes it is dull weather in our soul. Here is a word for such days. Often when it is misty on the plains it is bright on the mountains. ‘Thou art more glorious and excellent than the mountains’ is a lovely word, I think, but this beautiful LXX rendering, which our Lord must often have read, carries us even further. The mist may lie low on the plains, but there is a shining forth from the mountains.
There is nothing in me. I may be as dull as the plains are when the mist is heavy upon them, but what does that matter? ‘Thy mercy, O Lord, is in the heavens; and Thy faithfulness reacheth unto the clouds. Thy righteousness is like the great mountains’ [Ps 36.5-6], and from those everlasting mountains ‘Thou dost wonderfully shine forth’.
In dull weather learn to look up to the mountains. Refuse to look down to the plains.
May you have the grace today to look up to the mountains.