my refuge, in Him who I trust

When all seems lost and gone I stare into the faraway distance
And wonder what is to become of me – what is God’s purpose of me?
Is there a purpose somewhere – out there waiting for me

I wonder does God care? Does He see the tears? The pain?
The wreckless cries, the helplessness as I sink onto my knees in tears
In the shower – wailing for the damage inflicted on my temple

Am I a daughter of God?
When hope leaves me – will God rescue me?
Will he remind me of his love?
Or will I be alone?

I turn my eyes to the cross – the only way I know how
And seek God – my refuge, in Him who I trust
I pray that prayer like I did
Many a year ago – covering myself with God’s grace
Strength to carry me on
Believing, it’d keep me safe, believing
The angels would surround me and keep me safe

It is true – God has not forsaken me
My God, my refuge, in Him who I trust
I seek your presence today, tomorrow and into the future
The Lord is my refuge and no harm will overtake me
He will keep me

I will believe
I will trust
Faith will lead me on

One thought on “my refuge, in Him who I trust

  1. Glad to read you’re working things through, however slowly.

    Keeping hanging on to the fact that God does love you, He does have a plan for you – for good and not evil (Jeremiah 29:11, Psalm 23, Romans 8:28)

    Yes, I know, more verses, but if we aren’t going to believe what our Loving Heavenly Father has told us, who/what will we believe? Been there, done that, got the medical mental-ill-health record (Depression, multiple times.)

    So keep trusting God’s truth and His Spirit because then “you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” John 8:32

    With much love and continuing prayers,

    (Princess) Sharon

    And, as an English-speaking pedant (I get fussy about such things!) It’s “In Him whom I trust” Not that anyone seems to bother that much about such things these days.

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