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Read Poems by shirley hyde

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God knows our hurts

God knows when we hurt.
He understands all our fears.
He knows when hearts are heavy,
And he sees all our tears.
Just look to him for courage,
And the strength you need now.
He is our lifter upper,
When on our knees we bow.
Through discouragement an sadness,
Our souls to God can flee.
He will uphold His promise.
My Grace is sufficient for Thee.

Copyright © shirley hyde | Year Posted 2016

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  1. Date: 5/1/2017 3:24:00 PM

    Beautiful little poem, Shirley. However, I suggest you change "an" in the 9th line to "and".

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