Keep on Believing. He will Answer Prayer!

For there stood by me this night the angel of God, whose I am, and whom I serve, Wherefore, sirs, be of good cheer: for I believe God, that it shall be even as it was told me. – Acts 27:22, 25

Source: YouTube

Verse 1
Sometimes the shadows gather and mists obscure the way;
Sometimes, the clouds grow heavy and darken all the day.
How precious to remember our Father’s loving care,
That He still loves His children and He answers prayer.

Keep on believing, God will answer prayer.
Keep on believing, never despair.
Though you be heavy laden and burdened down with care,
Remember God still loves You and He answers prayer.

Verse 2
Sometimes, the way is dreary we seem to walk alone.
Forgetting that the Father keeps watch above His own.
How many needless sorrows the faithless have to bear,
For, God still loves His children and He answers prayer.

Verse 3
Sometimes our loving service, seems destined but to fail.
And evils that oppose us, seems certain to prevail.
How sweet the cosnsolation that God is everywhere
That He still loves His children and still answers prayer

Verse 4
O soul, weighed down with sorrow beneath a heavy load.
Remember God will help you, however rough the road.
His grace is still sufficient for every load of care,
God ever loves His children and He answers prayer.

Frank C. Huston
(Sept 12, 1871–Oct. 14, 1959, Jacksonville, Florida)

A servant of Jesus Christ, husband, father and an entrepreneur. Aspiring theologian and preacher. Owolabi is happily married to Oluseun and their union is blessed with children.

Further reading

To Count for Jesus

The Lord has ensured He fully empowers us to live the Christian Life here below. One of the many riches of the Church are Biblically inspired music...

Standing By The River

Gold City Standing By The River “For he looked for a city which hath foundations, whose builder and maker is God” – Heb 11:10 Here...

Take a Moment and Live

I love this hymn and have been singing it repeatedly since yesterday. Thought I should post it here like a way of bookmarking online and, hopefully...

Christ Exalted

—Excerpts from: James Smith, “Christ Exalted, Saints Comforted, and Sinners Directed” 1855—If we look at the comparisons which are made use of by the...