Posted by: Glenda Mills | August 23, 2016

I Will Not Lose Hope

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I will not lose heart when clouds
threaten t
o hide His face.
My Redeemer is strong,
full of saving grace.

I will not lose hope when doubts
rush in a
nd fear assails.
My Redeemer is strong,
anchors, holds, prevails.

I will not despair when other loves
fail or forsake.
My Redeemer leaves not,
Remains for Love’s sake.

One day heaven’s curtain will open
and I will see His face.
Til then I will wait,
strengthened by His grace. 

Reflections from Psalm 27: 13, 14; 1 Corinthians 13

 


Responses

  1. Miss you friend. Thank you for the encouragement.

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  2. It’s from Him! Come see me!

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    • Yes, let’s do that SOON.

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  3. Wow. This is beautiful. God has given you a great creative gift. Thanks be to Christ.

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  4. Glenda, this is so beautiful! Thank you!

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  5. Thank you kind lady for your encouragement. Thanks be to God for His grace gifts.

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  6. Ahh…love this…so beautiful! A cool refreshing drink of truth 🙂

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    • Thank you Cindy for always encouraging me. Love sharing what He gives. Blessings in Christ

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  7. Very Heartwarming and Heart Strengthening!!!! Thanks for a Beautiful Reminder!! Loves

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  8. Norma, Its always my prayer to warm and strengthen hearts. Thanks for doing that for me this morning.
    love you dear friend!

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