Greetings! I hope you have been enjoying the lovely weather that has been bestowed upon us, as a blessing from our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. When we have a wonderful spring day, such as the one we have enjoyed most of this month, we often wonder, “What will the weather be like, tomorrow?”

Greetings! I hope you have been enjoying the lovely weather that has been bestowed upon us, as a blessing from our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. When we have a wonderful spring day, such as the one we have enjoyed most of this month, we often wonder, “What will the weather be like, tomorrow?”

But, we often do the same thing with our lives, we wonder if the flu season is over; and, hopefully, we will get all of our tax papers filled out and off before the deadline. So, you see, all of us finds something on a daily basis, “to worry about!”

Therefore, along that line of thought, I want to share a poem I wrote on February 23, 1992.

I noticed the date, February 23, as my beloved Gene passed on February 23, but, it was in 2015.  So, come walk with me, as I share my poem, “If We’ll Let God Hold Our Tomorrows.” 

“I don’t know about today, tonight, or all of our tomorrows, But, I know God holds it all, whether sunshine, rain, or sorrows. He wants us to live each minute, hour by hour and day by day. To always let Him lead and guide us, controlling what we say. When we lean on God’s everlasting arms, burdens get lighter; Every mountain climbed makes the dawning of each new day brighter! Our dark clouds will change and now all will have a silver lining, And if we don’t falter, we’ll live where the sun’s always shining! Remember, there’s a time to cry, a time to laugh, sow and to reap; Our God is there to love and protect when the storms of life are deep! He will be the light to our lighthouse at the lonely hour of midnight, He is the One who placed the rainbow in the sky, all to Noah’s delight! Without God, we are nothing, drifting in life like a ship without a sail, Can’t we see that living without His guidance and love, we’ll surely fail! He’s our “Good Shepherd;” He’s our Comforter, our Staff and Bread of Life, He is the One who calms our stormy seas and eases pain of all our strife. If we’ll only trust Him, in good and bad, He’ll lead us beyond the blue sky, Beyond the rainbows and mountain tops and even the birds that fly so high! Again, I say that I don’t know about all of mine or your tomorrows, But, I know God holds me and you, in both times of joy and great sorrows!

Ecclesiastes 7:3 – “Sorrow is better than laughter; for by the sadness of the countenance the heart is made better.”