Missing You

Missing You
Yet your essence stays,
Lost inside a mind
That strays.

What once we knew
Still locked inside,
I love you still
My lovely bride.

We made vows
To love till death.
I honor you
And do what’s best.

I love you so
Hoping you still know,
I am here for you
Lord, get me through.

I lift you up
To heaven each day,
I ask for healing
As I pray.

God gives us no more
Than we can bear,
He allows our trials
Yet comfort’s there.
His open arms
To run into.

Jesus I will love Her
Just Like you!
Jesus! Lord!
I trust in you!

Though He slay me, yet will I serve Him (Job 13:15)

– – – written by Cyndi Robinson
– – – A husband’s prayer for his spouse with Alzheimer’s disease