We Wait with Hope for Jesus!

We Wait with Hope For Jesus!

By Robin Ulbredtch

We wait with hope for Jesus
for He’s our heavenly King.
He travels each day within us,
and provides for all our needs.

We wait with hope for Jesus
and our awesome heavenly home–
when tears and pain will go away
and we’re never left alone.

We wait with hope for Jesus.
He’s our faithful brother.
He gives us strength for each new day
and helps us love each other.

We wait with hope for Jesus.
He sent the Holy Spirit.
He leads the way through our troubled day
and helps us not to fear it.

We wait with hope for Jesus.
He’s our faithful Shepherd.
He leads the flock, saves the lost,
and keeps us all together.

We wait with hope for Jesus.
His hands have healing power.
He heals our broken hearts
and restores our lives forever.

We wait with hope for Jesus.
He’s our blessed King.
He paid the price, bought our life,
and gave His everything!

We wait with hope for Jesus,
for nowhere will we find
the depth of love and tenderness
He gives to humankind.

We wait with hope for Jesus.
In splendor He does ride.
He comes with might and majesty
to rescue His true bride.

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2 Comments

2 thoughts on “We Wait with Hope for Jesus!

    • Thank you for your wonderful comment! I love writing Christian poetry and this poem is a good reminder that we need to be waiting and watching for Jesus, our blessed hope! He will be coming for His bride (His people, the Church) someday soon and we will be taken to a beautiful place called heaven to be with Him! What a glorious day that will be!

      Sincerely,

      Robin Ulbredtch

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