Don’t Trouble Trouble

Its a lovely poem this week, adapted from the poem
Don’t Trouble Trouble. Hope you’re blessed by these words.

The very birds reprove you with all their happy song;
the very flowers teach you that fretting is wrong.
“Cheer up,” the sparrow chirps. “Your Father feeds me;
think how much he cares, oh lovely child for you.”
“Fear not,” the flowers whisper, “since thus he has arrayed
the buttercup and daisy. How can you be afraid?”
Then don’t you trouble trouble, till trouble troubles you.
You’ll only double trouble, and trouble others too.
(Mark Guy Pearse, 1842-1930)

Keep trusting and hold hope high, till the Father comes through for you.

Every blessing, with prayers…
Word of Hope Ministries

Mark Guy Pearse, 1842-1930


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Life can get very busy, fast and heavy. Sometimes living can become a challenge as life seems to always throw us at the deep end. In times like that, we need encouragement, a word of hope, a voice that assures that it gets better; that we should hang on. Just-A-Thought offers Christian words of hope in dispair, light in darkness, and strength to carry on.

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