Job Over

BY: heidiH

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We never saw it coming.
He opened up his paycheck.
Pink slip.
Laid off.
Shocked, we held each other.

Nine months later, savings gone.
A house we love,
we must leave.
Stack of bills
we can't pay.
I tell myself I can't do this.
Falling to my knees, I sob.

I need You more than ever;
with You, I can face this.
Please, help me up.

You, who supply the courage,
tenacity, and promise,
Help me gather up my faith
and follow You.
My rock,
My hope.

 

 



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