Isaiah 21 mentions the “threshing sledge” as a metaphor for Israel being in exile. Just as a threshing sledge breaks down the grain, Israel was feeling the pain of being separated from their land and the uncertainty of how long it would last. Through this example, we can see that the Lord allows trials in our life for a purpose and for a set time. We simply trust Him during those times of hardship and challenge.
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