Trusting in the Storm

Trusting in the Storm

When storm clouds rise along the way Still I would onward trod, Never fearing from day to day But trusting in my God. The winds may blow, the lightning fall, And help is all unknown; Though thunder roars at midnight hour I’ll trust in God alone. So in our lives when storms arise And human hope grows dim, Still God is near to sympathize– I’ll wholly trust in Him. We cannot rest on man below For he is only dust, But God who made us understands– In Him we safely trust. Through Christ the dark of night will break Into the light of day, So hope and lift your eyes above And trust His perfect way. The morning sun will shine again And spread its radiant light; Remember God’s own counsel true: “We live by faith, not sight.” Richard Hollerman

 

 

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