briangela jones


Keep faith


pain and sorrow
searching for a new tomorrow
searching for happiness
in all the wrong places
you think this is where it end
but trust you have a friend
that never leave your side
just look up to the sky
and say lord i thank you
because it may not be
what i want but
just know god is blessing you
and you dont even know it
so stop holding on
to the pain
ya your having a rainy day
but god is your ray of sunshine
in the words of mary j blige
'just fine'
look know that your
happiness was not in your past
relationship but what is in front of you
god is there
so you are not alone
you have god
on your side
something that people
are dead and gone
wishing they realize
god was on there side
so there really was
no reason to commet suicide
all im saying is dont let the devil
take your life keep faith in god
for he the one who gave you life
so keep faith in god
and have paitent for god is blessing you
sure that problem is big
but not to big for him
just pray about it
have faith that
he can fix it
i know because that person
was me
now i believe
keep faith

Submitted: Friday, October 30, 2009
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