You Just Don’t Know

You Just Dont Know long poem

Uploaded by Jeffrey Wilmot

Until you’ve put your feet in my shoes
don’t tell me you know what I’m going through
have you traveled the dismay I have
you can never tell me you know how I feel
you just don’t know

I’m human so I cry, God understands
my tears are a language He knows
I go through weeks without knowing why
will my heart get better, you just don’t know

I see the days of disappointments
no matter how dreary the day get
because I know the years will continue
no matter how lonely I feel and fall short
you just don’t know

They say God never gives us more than we can bear
I’m caught in the moment of unbelief
but it is said the victory can be sweet
there is life, there is hope, there is God

I believe God has a plan for my life
grace and mercy have brought me through
I’m living these moment but you just don’t know
all tomorrows coming will be mine
they’re just around the corner

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