That one beautiful hymn.
One lovely piece that is both aching and inspiring. It tells the silent bravery amidst impoverished means; of quiet courage in moments of adversity.
Lord Jesus, help me please to persevere and carry on; Because my heart is hurting and my mind is tired and worn. I thank You that You always let me recollect with such joy: There is a home You are preparing, Lord.
The balance has tipped too far.
This temporal dimension of our ambitious lives— always charging the facets of time and space. Oh, the vocation of perfecting our lives to the full measure to which we are, so-called, destined.
Still, the world breaks everyone.
But in the grandest scheme of things, there’s one path to freedom.
For there’s so much more to give and share—the love that meets our life’s purpose.
I am resolved and ready to stand firm and sure, In full obedience, to patiently endure; But one thing I implore—I beg with all my soul, Oh, bring me there with You; Lord, take me home.
I vow to stand firm; fortitude sublime. To share with my neighbours, this love You gave. When hope is wanting, I will reach out; That I resolve, to impart this faith I have.