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Hope/Fully!~ Poem by T.H.M~Weekly Sunday Inspiration

The newness of each dawn brings a hope for what is to come,
Living through these days full of the uncertainty and heartache that seem to have only just begun,
The rays of sunlight that brings forth the light to a dark world,
Makes us remember we were once bright eyed hopeful little boys and girls,
The danger of the unseen seems to bring about an anxiety we never felt before,
People of God understand that the enemy is always lurking around our front door,
We must be mindful of the chaos that the enemy will bring,
Our joy that comes in the morning should be everlasting,
The faith in our God and ourselves is what will be our help in an open book test,
God knows all our flaws and God still works toward us becoming our best,
Everyone’s life can be entertwined in many ways,
We all have experienced trauma and pray for better days,
The love we have experienced down here on earth is only a portion of what God has displayed,
The hope we need to face yet another day of unknown tragedy,
Can press the strongest person to their limit and lose power in their battery,
Happiness would be amazing if jared and shelved to access it when needed,
We must continue to take the steps forward to win this war undefeated,
The pressure to face the inevitable conclusion,
That we as God’s children are preparing for the ultimate reunion,
To be fully hopeful in the destiny that God created in us,
And in Romans 8:28; “And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.”

Remember that God loves you always. You got this because God got us.

Terryn Horton-Morton

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