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One More hour, One More Mile

One More hour, One More Mile,

This I was instructed, it will take a while.
Maybe I’ll find some work to do,
This waiting can be trouble if I let it do.

My heart is beating and I am still Alive!
Why this wait does gives me such a Revive!

Expectancy is what I need,
Because how can I sow without a seed.

All this mush about living and to die,
I rather live for my KING and shout I’m Alive, I’m Alive!

One More hour, One More Mile,
I think I’ll take this time to sit a while.

Rest in HIS goodness, rest in HIS Grace,
Rest in the Arms of the One who is never Amazed.

I’ll sit and sing praises to HIM for a while,
I’ll make HIS worship be true in this last mile.

What are praises when all is truly well?
Should not our trials make our hearts swell?

Swell with gratitude to the One who is worthy, faithful for justice is won,
To the ONE whose promises are never undone.

One More Mile, One More Hour,
I think I’ll rest on HIM who has All the Power…

©2014 Marian Louise
©2014 thp-publications/ The Healing Press 2014

Standing In the Shadows of A Painful Memory

Standing In the Shadows of A Painful Memory

Here I stand looking out into a world that is in need of something I have. I am ready to embrace the world to bring change in a lot of lives. I’ve come through so many testing moments and deep in my heart I know that I can do this thing. I have Jesus along side of me, the Holy Spirit dwelling on the inside of me and a Heavenly Father who believes in me. But the shadows of a painful memory are holding me from making the step that will cause my entire life to change forever. This shadow is so big; it’s feeling of fear, failure and disappointments, it overwhelms me at times when I raise my foot to step into the unknown. I don’t want to be overly confident yet just enough confidence to step into my destiny.
Now I have come to the point where I am tired of standing in the Shadow of this painful memory, so the time has come for me to break away from the shadow that keeps me from who I really am. No longer will this shadow of pain hold me in prison. I’m breaking free to become the best I am in Christ. No longer will allow this Shadow of pain to keep my Savior’s light from shining out of me. No longer will I hold the Holy Spirit in a box with in me and no longer will I keep my Heavenly Father from getting the glory of the my life, therefore I will take that step knowing that I have all I need to survive in the world who needs what I have to change the world!!!

God Bless
©Copyright 2011 Ministering Life /M. Louise Miles

Standing In the Shadows of A Painful Memory

Here I stand looking out into a world that is in need of something I have. I am ready to embrace the world to bring change in a lot of lives. I’ve come through so many testing moments and deep in my heart I know that I can do this thing. I have Jesus along side of me, the Holy Spirit dwelling on the inside of me and a Heavenly Father who believes in me. But the shadows of a painful memory are holding me from making the step that will cause my entire life to change forever. This shadow is so big; it’s feeling of fear, failure and disappointments, it overwhelms me at times when I raise my foot to step into the unknown. I don’t want to be overly confident yet just enough confidence to step into my destiny.
Now I have come to the point where I am tired of standing in the Shadow of this painful memory, so the time has come for me to break away from the shadow that keeps me from who I really am. No longer will this shadow of pain hold me in prison. I’m breaking free to become the best I am in Christ. No longer will allow this Shadow of pain to keep my Savior’s light from shining out of me. No longer will I hold the Holy Spirit in a box with in me and no longer will I keep my Heavenly Father from getting the glory of the my life, therefore I will take that step knowing that I have all I need to survive in the world who needs what I have to change the world!!!

God Bless
©Copyright 2011 Ministering Life /M. Louise Miles