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All Cried Out

Cheryl is a poet, freelance writer, author, and former newspaper columnist, with degrees in Psychology and Biblical Studies.

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I must admit sometimes

my faith begins to wane

I fast, pray, cry out to You

and still, I am in pain

I'm on my knees, on my face

and diligently search Your word

Yet I'm wondering why on this matter

Your voice I have not heard


I seek You in early morning

and late in the afternoon

I call on you in the evening

trying to keep my heart in tune

I praise You in the midnight hour

still, this thorn is in my side

I humble myself before You

desiring to remove all pride


Please send the desired answer

Hope deferred has caused much pain

I need Your help desperately

don't let me pray in vain

I'm trying hard to encourage myself

Remain in faith and not doubt

My tears have formed a river

And I'm all cried out






© 2019 Cheryl E Preston

Comments

Cheryl E Preston (author) from Roanoke on October 23, 2019:

Thank you Brenda I appreciate you reading my poem.

BRENDA ARLEDGE from Washington Court House on October 22, 2019:

I can feel your torment and wonder.

I, too, have experienced this and am left wondering.

I am told sometimes he doesn't answer the way we want...but if I listen carefully I will hear his voice.

Great penmanship.

Cheryl E Preston (author) from Roanoke on October 22, 2019:

Yes Ms Dora that’s it

Dora Weithers from The Caribbean on October 22, 2019:

Good writing and the experience you describe is so relatable. Remaining in faith is important. It does not mean that we will always get the answer we want, but that we will remain faithful despite our disappointment.

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