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TRUST JESUS TODAY
Writing to change lives in a web ministry, meant for the saved and unsaved. For the saved;encouragement in the work and walk,for the unsaved;a word in due season.
To him who knows all things-A letter.
Why? Oh why are things the way they are?
I know not.
I turn one way, there seems to be a blockade, I go the other I reach a dead end,
I shout and cry for help, no one but no one answers;
All I HEAR is dead silence.
I really do not have a clue what next
But then I remember a word, your word; IN ALL SITUATIONS JUST PRAISE ME!
How can I? How is this possible?
Especially at this time.
Really,I know not.
But what I do know is, you do not delight in my lonesomeness,
Nor do you take pleasure in my lonely state
Besides you do not need my tears to make rainfall?
I know you do not enjoy seeing me sad, I guess that was why you wept in the case of Lazarus!
Can you just give me a clue, why?
Is it a process for me?
Can you please whisper to my anxious ears the reason?
I need to know, pray tell!
Oh! Is that a light I see, at the end of this very dark tunnel?
Canít really tell from where I stand
Do show me.....
Who I am to you?
Who am I in you?
So very confused,i need you...
I need to move on, all suddenly seems to be at a standstill, so bleak...
Time they say waits for no man (that includes me!)
Prove yourself to me; prove your worth in me
Let me be able to straighten my shoulders, raise my head high and say,
TO HIM WHO KNOWS ALL THINGS!!
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