Faith Poem

Hopeful Poem About Life's Journey

All my life I have to fight. I'm still fighting, but I believe that all will go well in the name of Jesus.

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The Journey


Published: March 2016

Until you've walked the road that I've trod,
and pushed your foot in my shoes,
and felt how worn out they are because of the distance I've traveled,
you can never tell me you know how I feel.
I cry every night because I'm human,
and tears are a language God understands.
I laugh every day
without one knowing what's really going on in my head.
I smile every morning because I have life.
I go through every week hoping that things will get better.
I count the months of disappointments,
because I know the years of victory will be sweet.
God never gives us more than we can bear,
and I'm going to continue walking,
no matter how hot the sun is,
no matter how dusty the day gets,
how cold the night is,
and how lonely I feel.
I will always be grateful.
Where there is life, there is hope.
I believe in the plan God has for my life,
and I may fall short, but he never lets me go.
Thank you, Father, for your grace and mercy
that have brought me through.
I'm living this moment because of you.

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  • by Mark Copeland
  • 7 months ago

This poem is so helpful to me. Don't you think this poem can sometimes break your heart?

  • by Estela Canama
  • 1 year ago

This is a very heartfelt poem! In my life's journey. I've experienced a very distressing event. Somehow, I wanted to give up on it. I've asked God for the solution to that problem. I was able to receive a very quick response that my heart shouts for joy! God is really abounding in grace and mercy! Let us never give up when things seem so hopeless, because God is with us, no matter what our situation is.

  • by Dennis Ward
  • 2 years ago

This poem puts me at ease, I been diagnosed with a rare illness and know that whatever the outcome will be the lord is always looking over me.

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