And to end this splendid week, I wish to remember (in prayers) all the people who are going through tough times:
Those whose family conditions only bring tears and depression,
The maltreated by family, masters and mistresses,
Those who see their dreams and visions farther than ever before,
The abandoned/forsaken, which have none to run to,
Those who spend nights crying, though smiling during the day,
The barren, orphan, and physically challenged,
Those who missed great opportunities that now seem irrecoverable,
Those who’ve lost dear ones and life savings, and
Those who are reading this write-up with tears as they remember their conditions,
Kindly sing the song below with me:
It’s always darkest before the dawn
Are you discouraged and are you blue? Are clouds obscuring the sun from view? Keep trusting Jesus, though storms assail You have His promise He will not fail.
It's always darkest before the dawn, Don't be discouraged but carry on, He'll not forsake you, the sun will breakthrough It's always darkest before the dawn.
He knows your heartache, He understands, Just put your problems in His great hands, No trouble meets you but in His will, He's not forgotten, He loves you still.
Don’t be discouraged, a little more prayers and patience, and all will be well. Hebrews 4:15-16. Isaiah 53:5. John 19:30. Psalm 27:10.
God bless us and have a blessed weekend. You’re loved.