"Life Is For Living"

Night has passed and yielded light a new day, and though the sky is oft cloudy, the dark is gone away.

Right beyond the clouds are most blue the skies and to view from your heart will dry each tear from your eyes.

Though now depressed you will be blessed and though today you're down your life will crest.

Today is most hard and so full of care or is often quite fragile, so handle with prayer.

Rarely you walk this life with ease, but find you cannot stumble while on your knees.

The outlook of life seems more than sad but the uplook is great with little that's bad.

Wherever roses are found thorns will surely grow, but it is worth the pain each petal to show, and God's love more you now may know.

Now here is a thought for the frown of tears you now are crying; is life more for living or the more for dying.

Written by Bob Wood

God thundereth marvelously with His voice; great things doeth He, which we cannot comprehend... Job 37:5

For much that happens in life we often ask God why and mostly we view valleys as full of strife to sigh.. It is often through God sent valleys to draw our attention away from the world's pain and turn our eyes on Him.. A handicapped child may bring more love than these parents had ever known.. The thunder is often chilling and cold but it often breaks lose tears to help us grow.. You are meant to be God's reflector, to reflect His light but if you have sin between you and God, the light can't get through.. Praying feels weak and your heart feels down.. If we must have a broken heart, let it be for others much less fortunate than we are.. Get close enough to God to hear Him whisper and then talk to Him about those less fortunate and what you might do.. Today look for good in everything.. Find it and give God praise for it.. Today keep shining and be as good as you can be and when you have a chance; you pray for me.

Bob Wood

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