Gregory Kelley

What my heart says

My heart's been broken time after time,

Yet it is always mended by Jesus's love, so divinely sublime

In spite of that I still retain some pain,

I cry on my pillow as my tears fall like rain,

I call on my God to heal my heart,

Take away the bad memories and give me a new start,

The devil wants me to hold on to all the hurt and the pain,

God is saying, forget the bad you can over again,

He has opened my eyes to see that I am the only one holding me back,

Move forward in faith, God will see that I never lack,

The pain in my heart, I want it to go away,

Replaced by His peace abiding in me every day,

My heart says yes, Because my God knows best

Submitted: Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Topic(s): Faith

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