Tupac Shakur made this phrase into one of the most uplifting songs of our time. Despite the fact that his method may have been unconventional and his lyrics somewhat foul. The underlying message of the song was to stay encouraged. In essence, Tupac was saying that trouble doesn't last always. You may have lost your job but it is just an opportunity for God to teach you that he is Jehovah Jireh. You may have lost a friend or two but it is just an opportunity for God to teach you that there is no better friend than him. He promise he would never leave you nor forsake you and God is faithful. The storms in our life only come to strengthen our relationship with God. The purpose of a storm is to build patience and the Bible says let patience have her perfect work in you that you may be strong lacking nothing. So no matter how bad things may get in your life keep ya head up! Why because things are going to get brighter and things are going to get easier. So keep ya head up! I will leave you with the words of the psalmist who said, "weeping may endure for a night but joy comes in the morning." Keep ya head up!
Scripture References: James 1:4, Hebrews 13:5, Psalms 30:5