Poems of Hope

Here are four poems to inspire and lift you today.

The Endless Voice

His sweet loving whisper

Is in the valley of ditches

Be still, be patient

And pray without ceasing

Listen unto mine voice

Until the day of answer

Life's trials and tribulations

Bring such wonderful blessings

And will become full bloom

For which, they cometh in many

Forms of disguise

The season has arisen

For mine compassion to shower

And reign upon thee

With overflowing grace from above

Thy will break down any, and all

Strongholds that bind thee

And loose it to set ye free

I see with thine eyes, ye passion

For truth and of mine righteousness

Now, go in peace

The endless voice

My Vow

I'm standing in the throne room of Heaven

I knock on the door

And this thunderous voice is the Almighty God saying

Come in my precious child

And as I stood in His presence

I said Lord

I make a vow to you

I will replace my anger with praise and Thanksgiving

Replace my flesh to worship you without a foothold


To keep my body as a holy sacrifice

From the tongues of distraction

To speaking of your loving truths

To replace my desires and appetites

To sanctify my vessel daily

Most importantly, to tell the world of your Son Jesus

And God one more request, preserve me with the power of your

Holy Spirit to keep me in all my ways

I love you

My Endless Bride

As I enter into your presence

And seek you[r] Holy Face

To kneel and make reverence

The Taberacle of grace

I lay down all my burdens

My sorrows and pain

You spoke and sent down

Your Spirit with rain

Oh, King I worship

Your wisdom has come

My mediator and key

I praise Him alone

Forever shall I remain

To touch His embrace

You're the love of my heart

Much more than the human race

I draw unto you my shield and my strength

With sweet and blessed assurance

The Power of your Truth shall remain to give glory

And no good thing will you withhold

From those who walk uprightly

I'm a living miracle to you I trust

Forever indebted

Your loving hand is upon me

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