Tail End of Hope

BY: abiW


I cannot see the light
at the end anymore.
All I can see are the months
stretched out before me,
each one representing
a new set of bills I cannot pay.
I see no way out.
All I see is deeper debt,
deeper failure.
I would love for You to guide me out of this.
I am asking to be rescued.
I am asking to see results.

If this is not something You can give me right now,
please teach me patience.
Grant me the faith to hope for better times
and to believe in a worthwhile lesson learned.

Open my eyes to the many blessings that surround me now,
the blessings that I do not have the strength
or energy to search for myself.

And above all,
please show me Yourself,
so that in moments of greatest self-doubt,
I can find my way into your waiting arms
where I can understand that I am not in this alone.





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