But now I see

Every day a man of faith but many sorrows was brought to sit in front of the fountain in the town square. The square always was busiest by noon so when the noon sun began to warm his face he would begin to sing out:

“I will praise His Name forever, my God who loves me dearly

He blessed me with blindness that I might see Him clearly,

He blessed me with deafness so I might hear Him all the more,

Then He blessed me with lameness so I might wait upon the Lord

 

Your faith defines your circumstance, don’t be fooled by what you see,

It’s not your ears that hear the Lord but the heart that’s truly free,

And it’s not your feet that carry you but the hands of Christ that do,

So when you see the trials coming know that they are blessings too.”

J. M. Kelly

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