Hope and Faith

Hope and faith can be a mighty spade.
Even stronger than a piece of jade.
If there is no hope, how will there be faith?
And for those miracles, you'll have to wait.
Without hope, you can't have faith.
And problems arise when you being to debate.
If you don't have either, try being positive.
Nobody is telling you to bid adieu to the cognitive.
Prepare for the worst, but expect the best.
And upon God just leave the rest.
Are sleepless nights ever problem-solving?
Or replaying memories gonna be things resolving?
Be patient, quiet; then think and act.
And then you just put away those facts.
There is no point wallowing in tension.
Harnessing resentment and frustration.
If you don't have these, begin to cultivate.
First, with hope, yourself begin to motivate.
Then once you have hope, graduate to faith.
For the outcome and results to see, don't wait.
Because faith is the assurance of things hoped for.
The conviction of things unseen without the need to implore.
Hope commences the implantation process.
Faith begets manifestation and takes care of the rest.
They always work in tandem.
In my opinion, the greatest conjunction!
- RUELHA
www.ruelha.com
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19 Comments

  1. Dearie, this is so uplifting. 🀝
    Indeed faith and hope works together! A nice reminder to hold onto. ❣️❣️ You look gorgeous in the new picture😍😍. Have a lovely day dear Ru.

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  2. Beautiful poem as always Rue, people need to have faith especially these days, and hope goes hand in hand with faith. Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see. (Hebrews 11:1)

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