Faith - Poem by Louise Carmack
Faith that fires, but does not burn,
Lights the heart and hearth in turn,
Penetrates deepest gloom,
Does not destroy, yet will consume.
Where faith strikes, wounds are healed,
Truth unsheathed, now revealed.
Sweet the blow, sure its aim
Leaves nothing in its path the same.
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