Filmmaker Victor Carrera has created this meditative response to Lamentations 2:18.
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18 Their heart cried unto the Lord, O wall of the daughter of Zion, let tears run down like a river day and night: give thyself no rest; let not the apple of thine eye cease.
Day and night there is a vivid lament at the heart of God.
Sometimes the lament is soft, other times is loud.
It is never cold, but is always pure.
A Bride cries an infinity cry.
Her tears fall over the wall of Zion.
She asked God, “How it is called the waterfall?”
He replayed, ‘The Cry of the Bridge.’
God employs tears to calm the Bride.
She ends her cry at the Heart of God.
Victor Carrera’s greatest passions are God, youth ministries, evangelism, and beautiful art. He has experience in lecturing and teaching in Bible, Story and Film, in mentoring writers and discipleship, and in producing inspirational content with images, sounds and words. He is the founder and Creative Executive of Kingdoministry -Hope. A project in its 4th edition, in which creativity, academics and other initiatives come to live: www.kingdoministry.org