Glenda Mills

Hope For The Heart


Peace in Conflict

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There’s a peace borne out of conflict,

not of sweet respose.

The peace the Father sends

upon the one He knows.

Breathe upon our hearts

sweet Holy peace of God.

Release the fragrance

of the rose

upon the path we trod.

In times of stormy conflict,

through restless nights and days,

blow gently upon this rose

the sacrifice of praise.

I’ve shared this poem several times before, but felt led to post again. If you are experiencing heartache or conflict and need help to face the day, this is my prayer for you.

Dear heavenly Father, I pray You will breathe fresh peace upon the one whose heart seeks to know You. Whatever the confict, I pray Your living presence will strengthen and encourage, give help and hope today and the days to come. In the name of Jesus, Sweet Rose of Sharon, I pray. Amen.


Strong Support

IMG_0050.jpgeyesoflordHigh King of heaven my victory won,

May I reach heaven’s joy’s O bright heaven’s Sun!

Heart of my own heart whatever befall,

still be my vision O ruler of all.

Eleanor Hull-Public Domain



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Somewhere along my journey it dawned on me.
This is meant to be.
You can’t go back to what you once knew.
You must travel onward and upward until
you reach the Father’s House.

In my Father’s house are many mansions. I go to
prepare a place for you—(John 14:2 NKJ).


He Took a Towel

Jesus took a towel and met with me one day.

“Will you let me wash your feet before you go your way?

Before you begin the work I’ve called you to do—

Before you yield your body my power and love flow through.


Before you face another day knowing not what it will bring,

Will you let me wash your feet and cause your heart to sing?

Will you cease from all self-effort, come to me and rest—

Learn my yoke is easy, my will for you is best?


Will you let me wash your feet before you start your day?

Will you listen for my voice—my will and way?”


“Not only my feet…my head, hands and heart.”

© Glenda Mills 2014


He came to Peter, who said to him, “Lord, do you wash my feet?” Jesus answered him, “What I am doing you
do not understand now, but afterward you will understand”—John 13:6 ESV.



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