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Your sister in Christ.


~The Foot of the Cross~

Fearing the battle was over,
and I'd already lost the war,
I was tired of trying and failing.
I just couldn't fight anymore.

So, dragging my battle-scarred body,
I crawled to the foot of the cross.
And I sobbed. "Oh please, Father forgive me.
But I tried . . . I tried . . . and still lost."

Then the air grew silent around me.
I heard his voice just as clear as the dawn,
"Oh, My child, though you are tired and weary,
you can't stop, you have to go on."

At the foot of the Cross, where I met Him,
At the foot of the Cross, where He died,
I felt love, as I knelt in His presence.
I felt hope, as I looked in His eyes.

Then He gathered me lovingly to Him,
as around us God's light clearly shone.
And together we walked though my lifetime
to heal every wound I had known.

I found bits of my dreams, long forgotten,
and pieces of my life on the floor.
But I watched as He tenderly blessed them,
and my life was worth living once more.

I knew then why I had been losing.
I knew why I had not grown.
At the foot of the Cross came the answer,
I'd been fighting the battle alone.

At the foot of the Cross, where I met Him,
At the foot of the Cross, where He died,
Then I knew I could face any challenge
together--just my Lord and I.

Author Unknown To Me


"I will permit no man to narrow and degrade my soul by making me hate him."

Booker T. Washington


"I don't know what your destiny
will be, but one thing I do know:
the only ones among you who
will be really happy are those
who have sought and found
how to serve."

Albert Schweitzer


Do not look back in anger,
or forward in fear,
but around in awareness.

James Thurber


So we say with confidence, "The Lord is my helper; I will not be afraid. What can man do to me?"

Hebrews 13:6


Courage is fear that has said its prayers.

Karl Barth


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