Hello brethren, welcome to another episode on this abode.

Today our faith will be made stronger as we will be strengthened by a wonderful poem of hope.

I pray you that as you read, the grace of God is bestowed upon you to cling to Christ’s hope like never before.

“And hope maketh not ashamed; because the love of God is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost which is given unto us.” – Rom 5:5 (KJV)


Treading in wilderness,

In paths where light cease,

And flames that guide flicker.

There I walk all alone,


Paths are slippery,

Feet is heavy,

From incessant trudging,

Through the streets of pain.


Eerie winds approaching,

Muffling unheard ruminations,

I cringe with every step,

Forward still, I tramp.

How did I get here?

How did I become so un-fated?

My glory was great,

How did it become so trivial?


Voices, whispers, madness,

Rushed by all that crushes,

Spirit against soul,

Body opposing both.


A voice I heard, still as the wind,

That scares and chills,

Soothing yet sharp,

Calling to my deep.


Dislodging all that I carried,

Seeking for the source of the saintly voice,

Thinking “How could it be?”

“That life exists in this Nether-land?”



Alas! My doubts and worries,

Silenced in that same rushing voice.

“Keep calm and endure” it cries.

“Thy path is set to be brightened”


Hope like the sun,

Shining brightly on me.

Hope like a gentle voice,

Leading me to glorious satisfaction.


Hope saved me.

Oh! What a sweet voice.

From treacherous paths,

Hope promised life.


Jesus is that hope calling out to you. In that state of despondency and hopelessness you are, He will reach out to you and deliver you. Don’t fret, HELP is on the way.


We are sure you’ve been imparted. Kindly comment and share this to your friends and family. See you on Tuesday. God bless you.


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