Glenda Mills

Hope That Doesn't Disappoint

Wait Till Clouds Roll By

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Oceanside…. Dark clouds hide the sun.

Pounding waves slam against

rocks and boulders.

Rolling breakers hit shoreline,

 washing away footprints in the sand.

Here I am hoping

the sun will break through.

Waiting till the clouds roll by.

So much like my life—This scene

at Oceanside.

Mornings when the sun

refused to shine.

Dark clouds would not go away.

Sometimes by faith….Alone

We wait.

Wait till the clouds roll by.

Do I regret darkness

that threatened to overwhelm?

No—without darkness,

I would not seek Light.

Jesus broke through me

with Radiant Light and Life!

He was with me all the time—

Waiting till the clouds rolled by.

2012 © Glenda Mills

12 thoughts on “Wait Till Clouds Roll By

  1. Without darkness I would not seek the Light.

    Amen.

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    • Becky,
      Some may not understand…yet we know the darkness of our souls compelled us to seek His Light…and what a glorious and radiant savior is ours. Thanks for stopping by. Hugs and love to you my friend.

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  2. I sure like seeing that calm water . . . and reading those calming words. Beautiful post, Glenda!

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  3. Beautiful, Glenda. Weeping may last for a night, but joy comes in the morning. He is faithful to see us through!

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    • Susan,
      I never tire of sharing about the light of Jesus and yes, how Joy always comes in the morning…even when the nights seems endless and long. The original was written 20 years ago…and Jesus continues to bring light and life to my life and so many others…like yours…Thanks for stopping by and sharing today. I so appreciate it!
      Hugs!

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  4. Encouraging…..
    He was with me all the time!
    His presence is precious!
    Thanks, Glenda.
    Love to you,
    Jewel for us all

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  5. Sweetie, what a great contrast between darkness and His light. Thanks.

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