KEEPING ON


“Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labor is not in vain in the lord!”

[1 Corinthians 15:58]

                                            “Keep on in spite of your feelings or frustrations.
                                              Keep on though you have been forgotten as was Joseph.
                                              Keep on though you have been forsaken as was Jesus.
                                              Keep on though you have failed as did Peter
                                              Keep on in spite of fears and foes as did Paul.
                                              Keep on though thrown in the fire as were the three Hebrew children
                                              Keep on through all the Pain, knowing your labor is not in vain!”
                                           ~AUTHOR, Jack Woodard
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About Jack Woodard

I am a Baptist Pastor. [Calling the Church to Revival and Sinners to Salvation for 37 Years]
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One Response to KEEPING ON

  1. Maxine Stark says:

    Thanks Bro. Jack for this timely poem. I have experienced almost of the perils mentioned in it lately. It seems
    like when one thing lightens, another comes along. I am determined………..I am committed. I serve a God who is not a covenant breaker. He is able, and He has promised never to leave nor forsake me. I have the victory in
    Jesus Christ my Savior. Bless His Name! Maxine

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