Feelings of Uncertainty

From Matthew 8:24-26:  “A windstorm arose on the sea, so great that the boat was being swamped by the waves; but He [Jesus] was asleep.  And they went and woke Him up, saying, ‘Lord, save us!  We are perishing!’  And He said to them, ‘Why are you afraid, you of little faith?’  Then He got up and rebuked the winds and the sea; and there was a dead calm.”

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Threatened again by life’s turbulent storms

Feeling life adrift, outside of God’s norms

 

Feelings of uncertainty rise and bubble up

Flooding hearts with doubt, an empty cup

 

Walking life’s endless road challenges us

Experiencing feelings of fear, never a plus

 

Darkness quietly creeps into our peaceful place

Feeling alone, faith weakens from our daily race

 

Our Lord, never far away from our uncertain life walk

Replacing doubt, His Word will stand up as our rock

 

Our Father never leaves us feeling alone at life’s curb

Growing through His love, always fulfilling and superb

 

Seeking our Holy God in the best of times

Finding Him in the midst of darkest climbs

 

Our Lord’s steady presence strengthens our resolve

Calming our darkest fears, they simply will dissolve

 

God’s love never wavers, a bright eternity to be filled

Answering prayers, restoring each soul, faith rebuilds

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From the words of Christian author Lee Strobel, “Struggling with God over the issues of life doesn’t show a lack of faith–that is faith.”

23 thoughts on “Feelings of Uncertainty

  1. I love your rhyme and rhythm and the message, Richard. Yes, “Our Father never leaves us feeling alone at life’s curb” … thank God, He always is with us… even when we are Difficult People!!

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