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BrokenOne
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Baton Rouge, Louisiana

 Thou remainest – it is enough

No matter how I feel today
Regardless how things may appear
I trust in this reality
Jesus, my Lord, remainest near

Through lonely nights when sadness comes
My tears unseen; no one is there
When overwhelming sorrow seems
To be more than my heart can bear

I then turn my eyes heavenward
And disengage from earthly things
And sink into the boundless peace
That no one else but Christ can bring

And when my heart has found it’s rest
Wrapped in the vastness of His love
There lingers now no emptiness
Thou remainest – it is enough


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Danielle

 2007/9/7 20:24Profile
BrokenOne
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Baton Rouge, Louisiana

 Re: Thou remainest – it is enough

We never know how someone’s heart may be touched by what we post. The following ministered to me greatly yesterday and I have been clinging to these words – Thou remainest, it is enough:

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‘Thou remainest’, you know it is said of him. You read in the first of Hebrews: ‘These heavens shall pass away, but thou remainest,’ the everlasting God and Saviour.

I was one day sitting in my study when a visitor asked to be admitted. She came in and sat down. I saw she was under a cloud of sadness and sorrow from bereavement. I was interested. We talked just about two minutes, when I saw her countenance alter; it began to be bright; and then the visitor rose and said : ‘Now I can go away, my load is gone.’ And as she said it she pointed to the wall. There happened to be upon the wall, ‘But thou remainest.’ The visitor said to me : ‘My eye caught these words half a minute ago; and it is enough, it is enough.’ They had poured the oil of joy upon a wounded spirit. Is there anyone here sad and mourning? Read those words : ‘Thou remainest.’ Look at Abraham’s altar and read the inscription, ‘Jehovah, the everlasting God.’



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Danielle

 2007/9/7 20:29Profile
awakenwithin
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 Re: Thou remainest – it is enough

"No matter how I feel today
Regardless how things may appear
I trust in this reality
Jesus, my Lord, remainest near"

I do thank you for this sister...
No Matter how I feel..
I trust in who my Lord is..
That hits so hard, for I often feel
sick, and sometimes I struggle
But when I look to Christ and know
He is near, there is cheer in my heart..


"Through lonely nights when sadness comes
My tears unseen; no one is there
When overwhelming sorrow seems
To be more than my heart can bear"

could you be writing my heart? I have lonely nights.. How I have cried. the sorrow through the
night in the morning joy comes. When sikness seems more then I can bear, what other choice do I have but to turn to Christ. Our hearts may give away, but Christ is always near. This bring joy even the darkness time. For with Christ their alway the light of hope.

"I then turn my eyes heavenward
And disengage from earthly things
And sink into the boundless peace
That no one else but Christ can bring"

Look up indeed, look up.. And all we need is Christ.. I have thought of this.

Thank you sister you bless my heart... May God deepen your heart that you will fall more deeply in love with our King.. Thank you for letting your heart show.. Let it be my sister that Christ takes hold of you and draw you even closer. Let it be my sister you hear his voice.. Sweet sister may it be you are found at his feet.. Let be in all sorrows be run to Christ.. who give joy in mist of pain

In His love
charlene


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charlene

 2007/9/7 23:17Profile
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 Thou remainest

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We never know how someone’s heart may be touched by what we post.


And sometimes we have to tell them so. Thank you sister.


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Mike Balog

 2007/9/8 0:30Profile
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West Monroe, LA

 Re: Thou remainest

hidden treasure!


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