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Being bullied by colleagues, can you still praise the Lord?


This week was the Independence Day of the United States. Noah is the leader of the elderly choir, and he had been preparing for a long time, going to the nursing home every week to guide them. However, on the day of the performance, a lady who had never attended rehearsals or classes arrived with her sheet music and, in a very unfriendly manner, expressed her dissatisfaction with Noah’s arrangements and completely changed the performance format. She insisted on Noah accompanying on the piano and leading the choir, and demanded respect based on her past experience as a school music teacher.

When Noah heard these words, he felt angry, but he still politely replied, "If you're not satisfied with my arrangements, I'm willing to let you play and lead the choir, that's not a problem." However, the lady insisted on not playing and demanded that Noah fulfill her requests. She said, "I used to be a music teacher at a school, you should show me some respect."

Upon hearing this statement, Noah could no longer control his anger. He persisted in his refusal to compromise or change. However, he also understood that such persistence might result in him being unable to continue teaching at the nursing home and losing his income. But at the same time, his unwavering stance gained the support and understanding of other choir members.

When I heard about this, I was reminded of Isaiah 41:10, which says, "Do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand." we were about to lose a portion of our income, but we gained more support from our fellow choir members. Although there was a little incident during the performance, we are grateful to God, who is a just and compassionate God.

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