Glenda Mills

Hope That Doesn't Disappoint

If I Could Take A Walk

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If I could take a walk with you
I’d take your hand and pray,
That God would pour
Strong faith in you,
With each new passing day.
I’d pray your walk will reflect
The strong faith given you.
A faith that does not break down
But always sees you through.

If I could take a walk with you
I’d take your hand and pray,
That God would pour
strong hope in you
With each new passing day.
I’d pray for overcoming hope,
To strengthen, make you whole.
A hope both steadfast and sure,
The anchor of your soul.

If I could take a walk with you,
I’d take your hand and pray;
That God would pour
His love in you
With each new passing day.
I’d pray for over flowing joy,
That comes from deep within.
Joy that comes in the morning,
As each new day begins.

Glenda Mills
Copyright 2011

8 thoughts on “If I Could Take A Walk

  1. How lovely! My prayer is that I truly desire each day for myself to become less and Jesus to become more. For my own heart to experience the pouring of the faith, hope and love you’ve written here.

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  2. Love your poem, Glenda!!

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  3. I remember these beautiful thoughts . . ‘if we could take a walk and pray’ when we were far apart . . . and we still could! Love you!

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  4. Oh, how beautiful, Glenda! You’re so talented. I wish I could take a walk with you–

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    • Vonda,
      Thank you…we know who gets the credit don’t we? It all comes from Him.
      You are in my thoughts and prayers.
      Thanks for all you do to encourage all of us.

      Until we can take a walk together,
      Glenda

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  5. Dear Glenda,
    This poem is so comforting. The repeating phrase, “If I could take a walk with you, I’d take your hand and pray” just soothes the soul. Maybe it’s because I know that you really are such a faithful woman of prayer, and I can picture you solemnly praying that your brethren would really know, in their innermost being, the faith, hope and love we have in the Lord. My prayer…………that all of the writings of the saints would abundantly touch and change lives for the kingdom. Thank you for this beautiful and edifiying poem. And…….., I love the snow falling in the background-what a tranquil touch!
    Love you,
    Laura

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  6. Thank you Laura, for taking time to read my post and then to leave your gracious comments. What an encourager you are!! I am blessed beyond words to know you.

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