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  • Kimberly Page-Robinson

The Art of Letting Go: IN THE SILENCE

Do not keep silent, O God! Do not hold Your peace, And do not be still, O God! Psalm 83:1 (NKJV)

The seemingly "silence of God"can feel like a raw and bitter frost. Although He promises — "For He Himself has said, I will never leave you nor forsake you." Hebrews 13:5 (NKJ).

Yet, sometimes the hurt, buried so deep in our soul makes that the heart still struggles to trust while in the depths of such despair. We search for something to help us find renewed hope and trust from feeling buried beneath the cold, bitter frost of our "winter" — to hold onto in — the SILENCE. https://video.In the Silence

And, on one of my days of bitter despair this poem welled-up in my heart; so, I thought I'd share for those hurting souls who too will understand and find solace, in their "lonely "silence":


It is Silent, I cannot hear

You are too far, and not so clear

The pain, the sorrow, the anguish of soul

Is threatening to bury me — in this hole

I'm not sure that ME, You see

Oh dear God, please hear my plea

How I'm drowning in this sorrow

I'm not sure there'll be a tomorrow

From such doubt, hurt and despair

In this heart YOU alone — can Repair

The damage, this trial has done

But, Your love right now, I feel none

In You, I am reaching up

I beg you come, and lift me up

Take my hand and make me whole

I don't want to lose, all control;

Of my mind this I fear

Since, I cannot — feel your near

It feels like I am paying penance

And been given, this life sentence

O, Lord

Speak to my heart, this, I pray

Just to make it — one more day!

— Kimberly Page-Robinson What if its GodSpeaking

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