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"The heart knoweth his own bitterness; and a stranger doth not intermediate with his
joy" (Prov. 14: 10).
The unspeakable joy of I Pet. 1: is found in a context of fiery trial; of enduring in
view of the approaching glory. Those who are enemies of the truth and persecutors of the
saints may marvel at their endurance or curse them for their stubbornness, but they can
never intermeddle with unspeakable joy. Just as faith will one day be exchanged for
sight, so will unspeakable joy become rapturous rejoicing when at last we see Him Who
loved us and gave Himself for us.