Charm Dionesio

(June 05,1985 / Philippines)

You Will Learn To Smile Again

As the sun is setting to the west
Darkness occupied the space
Don't be afraid as it is won't last
You might lost your shadow in a moment
But another tomorrow is surely to come
There you will learn to smile again
You may cry today
Because you are sad and hurt
You may ask God
Why all these things happen to you?
Friend remember God will never give you
Heavy loads that you can't bear
God will never forsake you
Because He loves you
God will never let go of your hand
Just trust and leave your burden to Him
He will heal your broken heart
God will make you whole again
And there you will learn to smile again
And embrace the life that you have
Another you
Another strong person
You will find in yourself
That is God's power!
Praise the Lord!
Let Him be the center of your life
Let him be the driver of your dreams
And He will lead you
To the place
Beyond the capacity of your mind to imagine
A beautiful paradise!

Submitted: Friday, December 27, 2013

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