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WHERE IS MY FAITH

Beatrice Nkuna 1970 (Soshanguve)



No one acknowledges the works of your tender hand.
No one stops, to praise you, in the midst of trials.
No one stops, and realizes that: everything we go through is momentary.
No one takes time to recall all your promises and assurances.
Our Faith has been

we are feeling perturbed. Our world has lost its peace.
We are receiving retribution for turning against your will.
However, Our minds remain at peace because we know:
We have not been forsaken, for you have promised to always be with us.

We run to you for shelter, as a storm is about to erupt.
We will not survive this storm with our own strengths and efforts.
We have exhausted all our resources.
We have sustained tremendous pain.

Are all our cries and prayers not agitating your throne?

We all turn back to you Lord.
We will never lose our faith as you are with us.
In the midst of trials and tribulations,
Help us sustain our FAITH!

About this poem

In the midst of trials and tribulations we must always have faith God will never failed us . We must have faith in this trial of pandemic always pray to increase our faith in God and Jesus Christ .

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Written on July 13, 1970

Submitted by beak2570 on July 13, 2021

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Beatrice Nkuna

She is humble lay Catholic woman who dedicated herself to a life of celibacy. She is a sister in a roman catholic church . She started her volunteer work by loving and caring for HIV/AIDS patients and the mentally handicapped, by providing them with food parcels, soup, bread and old clothes. She desired to adopt a child, but seeing the plight of so many abused, abandoned, orphaned and destitute children, she started an outreach program which she believed will give her the leverage of touching the lives of many more children. The need to sustain and continue to care for them grew and soon she needed someone to go into the outreach program with her because all the children she met were precious to her and she treated them with compassion and love with which precious stones are held, this then gave birth to the mission of the Look Forward Creativity Centre and orphanage which opened its doors in June 2007. who she is the founder . more…

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