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In Deep Waters

December 18, 2013

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Save me, O God,
for the waters have come up to my neck.

I sink in the miry depths,
where there is no foothold.
I have come into the deep waters;
the floods engulf me.

I am worn out calling for help;
my throat is parched.
My eyes fail,
looking for my God.

Psalm 69:1-3

*

Visiting hospital makes me feel really sick.

Today was no exception:

I feel like a cripple,

and I realize, that a prosthesis wouldn’t make any difference.

*

My pain is not enough.

I still don’t understand:

what I’m supposed to do?

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All though, there are some comforting words:

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When I’m less than I should be
And I just can’t face the day
When darkness falls around me
And I just can’t find my way

When my eyes don’t clearly see
And I stumble through it all
You, I lean upon, you keep me strong
And you rise me when I fall

You are there when I most need you
You are there so constantly
You come shining through, you always do
You are always there for me

When life brings me to my knees
When my back’s against the wall
You are standing there right with me
Just to keep me standing tall

Though a burden, I may be
You don’t weary, you don’t rest
You are reaching out to carry me
And I know I’m heaven blessed

You are there when I most need you
You are there so constantly
You come shining through, you always do
You are always there for me

You are there when I most need you
You are there so constantly
You come shining through, you always do
You are always there for me

There when I most need you
There so constantly
You come shining through, you always do
You are always there for me

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2 Comments
  1. kummitäti permalink

    Rakas Elina ! Voimia ja siunausta sinulle, Olet ajatuksissa ja rukouksissamme,
    Enkeleitä, myös niitä pieniä kilkattavia.

    • elinasicons permalink

      Kiitos,kiitos! Samanlaisia myös sinne😊

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