Do you sometimes feel like no one hears your prayers?
As though things aren’t getting better and you’re in despair?
Do you sometimes feel like giving up and lonely in this walk?
Or feel like not done enough for God due to stumbling blocks?
There is a time and season for everything,
Things aren’t always as expected in God’s perfect timing,
His ways and thoughts are always higher than our ways,
He listens and delivers the righteous when they pray.
You’ve come this far near the end of the race,
Don’t foolishly give up to give the enemy a place,
He would never forsake His own, but always by your side,
He is for you and not against you, His beloved bride.
As long as you did your best you’re good to go,
Repenting all your sins–your heart He fully knows,
God is always good and His mercy endures forever,
Nothing is impossible with God who makes us an overcomer.
When you feel lonely and lovesick for Christ Jesus,
Know that you will run and not grow in weariness,
‘Cause you’ll have renewed strengths; soaring like eagles,
He is already here; you’re not alone facing your battles.
We walk by faith and not by sight,
Faith can bring you to heavenly heights,
Without faith it is impossible to please God,
So have faith, when you pray unto the Lord.
Just a little faith–it will get better,
Hold onto your faith to walk on water,
You’re stronger than you know,
His eyes are upon you as you go.
The opposite of faith is fear,
Fear flees when perfect love draws near,
Fear is not of God, but of power, love and sound mind,
Look through the darkness, though light you’d find.
He that is in you is greater than he that is in the world,
If God is for us, then who can be against us?
He rewards His diligent seekers as said in the word,
If you seek Him wholeheartedly, you’ll find Him as promised.
Mistakes, trials and tribulations in life are inevitable,
Let’s pass these exams through God by being faithful,
When life gives you lemons–make lemonade!
So let patience have her perfect work without delay!
© Step Into ETERNITY, 2014.
Credit: What Faith Can Do (music) by Kutless, KJV