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Posted on Monday, October 1st, 2012 under Writings | No comments

Something I put on the fridge to encourage me and my roommates for the day:
I have dug down deep
& come up strong;
yet the horizon
still looms.
What shall sustain me?
How will I be made whole?

None is greater
than all my sin.
My weakness leads
me further from you.
I am broken anew each day
& yet, I hear you call.

In the Darkest part of me,
I see the Brightest part of you.
Where we still falter,
You still Lead.

"Look to the Lord & his strength;
Seek his face always."
1 Chronicles 16:11


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