At the End

At the end of the rain there’s a rainbow
At the end of the storm there is sun
At the end of the struggle there’s safety
In the day that my wand’rings are done

There is strength at the end of the sadness
There is grace ‘midst the greatest of grief
At the end of the night there is newness
If I wait, You will send me relief

At the end of the breaking there’s beauty
At the end of the road there is rest
At the end of the hurting there’s healing
There is always an end to the test

There is hope at the end of the hardship
There is love ‘midst the lowest of lows
There is dawn at the end of the darkness
You are with me, wherever life goes

At the end of the pain there is power
At the end of the doubt there is day
At the end of the cross there is conquest
In the day that our sins rolled away

At the end of the fight there is freedom
At the end of the years there’s still You
At the end of these trials there’s triumph
In the day that all things are made new

Faith Williams
I am a eighteen-year-old girl who loves to write, especially fiction. I write many stories and poems. I usually have a moral or lesson behind my writings, for I hope these stories and poems, which Yehovah (God) helped me to write, will glorify Him as I share them on this blog. Welcome to my blog and I hope you enjoy your stay!

4 Comments

  1. This was a breath of fresh air to my evening. Thank you, Faith, for reminding us of God’s promises + faithfulness in such a poignant and beautifully written way.

    1. Lizzy, I can’t take any credit for that poem. Yehovah put it in my head. All glory to Him! It was wonderful to talk with you last night. 🙂

  2. Lovely poem, Faith!
    Dan and I are in Israel right now so I have a little time to read. We just spent 5 1/2 days in Jerusalem, and today we are on the bus heading up to Tiberius and the Sea is Galilee.

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