A fair share and still care

You and I both can declare
Life is not fair
And we have had a fair share of pain

You and I both can declare
Life is not fair
But we survived it all the same

You and I both can declare
Life is not fair
And we have had a fair share of pain
Yet we remain
Calling on the name
That name that is above every name

Therefore, we remain
Confident that we shall see
The goodness of the lord
In the land of the living.

Cause we had our fair share
Now we are a blessing
Recognizing there are
A Remnant of people
That share and still care.

We all can declare
Life is not fair
But we all can still declare
It worth living

39 thoughts on “A fair share and still care

  1. Very nice poem. I appreciate how honest it is. Yes, life often doesn’t seem so fair… but we still share and care. The love of most will grow cold…. but we will continue to love with the love of the Lord. Be blessed. ☺

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  2. Oh wow. These words are incredibly profound. I’m deeply touched by your poetic wisdom. Indeed, we call upon the name of JESUS. The name above every other name. Nothing and no one can stand against His holy name. Every knee will bow and every power is defeated. In the darkest of our moments — we can remember His faithfulness and goodness. Indeed, we shall see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. AMEN, brother, AMEN!

    You are such a blessing. Thank you for your heart, your ministry, and your love. You’re a world changer and life shaker. God bless you as you share His heart with all who will listen! πŸ™πŸΌ

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  3. I’m glad you found my blog so that now I have found yours! I felt like you were speaking to me with these beautiful words. Yes, we can still declare it IS worth living. May we see more of those who share and care and show His love in this challenging season. And may we ourselves be that to others. Blessings to you, and thank you for ministering to us through your words.

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