CONTENTMENT IS YOURS

Your life’s events yield questions
  that cannot be answered.
Believe that answers are present,
  but you cannot see them.

What matters is not your full awareness
  but only your trust and faith.
Focus then on your trust in goodness.
Release your doubts and questioning,
  as these are not helpful.
Set your fears aside
  and open your heart to My methods.

Trust that My goodness is present
  amongst human confusion.
Trust that My hand directs life’s events.
With this belief, then,
  what concerns are necessary?
With this faith, then,
  only a happy heart should remain.

Life’s burdens should not own you.
Let these burdens
  be released unto encouragement.
Let My words
  lift your heart unto joy and peace.
Let these rewards
  fill your heart with contentment.

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