Trusting God in our Weakness

I came upon this poem today in my research on Mark 14.

Until I learned to trust,
I never learned to pray;
And I did not learn to fully trust
Till sorrows came my way.

Until I felt my weakness,
His strength I never knew
Nor dreamed ’til I was stricken
That he could see me through.

Who deepest drinks of sorrow,
Drinks deepest, too, of grace;
He sends the storm so he himself
Can be our hiding place.

His heart, that seeks our highest—GOOD—
Knows well when things annoy;
We would not long for heaven
If earth held only joy.

William G. Coltman

About Pastor Andrew

Follower of Jesus, Husband to Carissa, Daddy to four daughters, Lead Pastor at LifePoint Church in Vancouver, WA.
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1 Response to Trusting God in our Weakness

  1. Nannette M Myers says:

    Pastor Andrew, Thank you for sharing this poem. It is so true about life. I’ve experienced things in life, but God has always been faithful to see me through them and to grow my faith each time. Have a Blessed Day.
    Nannette Myers

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