Frank Pulver

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Reasons to Restore Hope Poem by Frank Pulver


As you got to look into a broken heart,
It has to be fixed before the Lord will let us start.

There are things that your heart will strongly desire.
When we search for those things, in which we want to acquire.

And at those times when we have deep sadness,
Think of those things that Jesus did for will bring us gladness.

During this time is when we need to have faith to make us to see His Grace,
By having this is when we will make with him to His Holy Place.

For the Lord to heal the heart, we have to see these REASONS TO RESTORE HOPE.
And learn without the Lord it will awfully hard to learn to how to cope.

Submitted: Friday, September 20, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 20, 2013
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By Frank P.

May 27,2011

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