The night had chased the sun away,
And as the silence reigned inside
I feared what morning’s light would show,
I thought my dearest dreams had died!
When hope had gone to hibernate
I feared the snow had spelled his doom,
And buried deep within his den,
I thought he lay within his tomb!
I feared the silence spoke of death,
Where is my Father as I weep?
Was He unfaithful to His plans?
But no, God’s dreams were just asleep…
I sat in darkness, waiting,
My tears displaying my despair…
“Oh Jesus, why weren’t you here sooner?
You could have saved him with a prayer…”
But He had greater plans than mine,
Revealed as I laid down my pride—
“Come forth!” He shouted in the tomb,
And out came dreams I thought had died!
My darkest moments were redeemed,
God’s promises cannot be shaken—
Whenever night will come, I’ll still believe
God’s dreams will someday be awakened…
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