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TITLE: Hope Upon the Mountain
By Ferol Lininger
07/31/06
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There are few things that touch the heart like love.
Your voice can ring upon mountains from above.
The echo grips the soul awake with wonder.
The sound vibrates clearing the eyes from plunder.

Love brings hope to weary souls in lifeís storms.
The human touch can restore need where need forms.
Hands clasp in prayer secures the key for relief.
The Savior protects the soul from great grief.

When all seems lost, love pulls us close to calm our stress.
Lifeís not easy when all hope falls to distress.
However, love moves the mountains that bring peace
and honor awakes the souls fire and release.

Love is essential for lifeís journey when hope fades.
God had given love so that nothing can degrade.
Hold you head high when things go wrong with lifeís rhyme,
for everything is made complete in Godís time.
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