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TRUST JESUS TODAY
Friends and mentors are limited by time and space but God is always ever beside us. Lean on God – His shoulder is strong enough to support you.
The tears fall steadily
The sobs are soft and quiet
Everywhere there is joy and merrying
But in your world, the night is cold and silent.
Everybody is moving up and down
No one keeps an ear to the ground
How can they tell somebody’s got a need?
Alas, caught up in the day’s work, each person is a busy bee.
There is however one attentive ear
There is a hand that wipes away every tear
There is an eye that sees your silent suffering
There is Someone to whom you can tell everything.
He’ll heal and comfort; He’ll renew your strength
He knows you’re spent and out of breath
It’s no good trying to run on your own steam
The best you can do is lean on Him.
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