“But I will hope continually, and will yet praise thee more and more.” ~Psalm 71:14 Hope Yet More...

“But I will hope continually, 
and will yet praise thee more and more.” ~Psalm 71:14

Hope Yet More And More

In You, Oh Lord, I trust,

To You, Oh Lord, I pray,

You will answer me

Though I may have to wait.

Lord, You are my Shelter,

You hide me from the storm

I'll bring to You a sacrifice

Of praises, love and joy.

Oh Lord, You are my hope,

Despite the bitter night,

You are my holy lamp

Making all my darkness light.

Oh Lord, You made the night,
The sea, and every storm;

In You my soul will hope,

And praise You more and more.

Oh Lord, You are my hope,

My Holy God of Truth,

My everlasting Shelter,

I’ll ever wait on You.

In You, oh Lord, I trust,

My soul You’ll not forsake,

I’ll hope in You forever, Lord,

And sing Your praise always,

In Jesus’ name,



(Prayer Poem & Scripture Painting) © 2017 Suzanne Davis Harden All Rights Reserved.

Heavenly Father, thank You for Thy gift of hope You give to us when we go through dark tunnels of fear and doubt; storms of affliction and pain, seasons of waiting on the answers to our prayers like the Israelites in the wilderness waiting 40 years for their Promised Land. 
Thank You for the comfort of Thy word that assures us that You never fail, You never lie, that You never break a promise. 
Psalm 146:6 assures us that You keep every promise forever, even as You did for Your Hebrew children in the ancient desert sand so long ago. 
Thy word tells us that You have no favorites; what You did for them, You will do for Thy children today who are trusting and waiting on You. 
May You give us grace to trust You, to believe in all Thy promises, to wait patiently for Thy plans to unfold, for Your plans for each one of us are good, if we will only wait on You to fulfill them. 
Thank You, Lord, we love You, in Jesus' name, amen. 🙏

Prayer song from "Paths of Hope~ Peaceful Prayer Songs: Calming, Peaceful Vocals: May the Lord use this song to bless and encourage your heart, and fill you with rivers of His hope.

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