Frank Pulver

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Trials and Tribulations


Always Remember
As in our trials and tribulations we will rise and fall.
We should remember that Christ is there for us all.
Even as Satan contrives,
Christ is still in our lives.
There are times when no seems to listen and we are alone and seem so lonely,
Remember that Christ is every for everyone so not just us only.
So when those times come and there seems like there is no way out and is full of despair,
Have faith in Him, because He is the one that has shown nothing but love and care.
Believe that His is arms are open for you,
Because you are willing to walk to a life that is nothing but new.
As those difficult times come and go,
Always Remember that Jesus is there to help you so.

Submitted: Friday, May 17, 2013
Edited: Friday, May 17, 2013

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By Frank Pulver
April 4,2011

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