Calling Upon Our Lord, Jesus Christ, In Trust

Calling Upon Our Lord, Jesus Christ

We need not glisten with a shroud of purity before calling upon our Lord.

The tortured ruins of our heartfelt cries do not go unheard by our Father!

He will not abandon us to fend for ourselves as many imagine.

The one thing needed to draw upon his comfort and perfect solution is our trust!

Trust’s certainty clears our vision, sensitizes our hearing, and lays bare our hearts to give him access to our urgent and immeasurable needs.

Such a sureness is not passive but salivates in the realization that he will fill our hunger, though all else has left us aching.

Let us rest our minds as we sink into our Father’s chest, knowing that tailor-made answers to our prayers are on the threshold!

The Lord answered my prayers five minutes ago while I was still in the middle of writing this post!

In Christ’s Beloved Name, The Holy Spirit’s physical intervention has capsized countless erosive situations for those whom I have prayed resulting in divine victory!


Thank you, Jesus!







John 16:23-24
In that day you will ask me no questions. Most certainly I tell you, whatever you may ask of the Father in my name, he will give it to you. Until now, you have asked nothing in my name. Ask, and you will receive, that your joy may be made full.


©Tamara Yancosky

Photos by Anonymous


  1. Hello Tamara Yes, recognizing Our Heavenly Father for all he has done for us is being grateful for what he allows us to have. It will be done on earth as it is in Heaven. Love your post my dear friend. ! God bless you Tamara !

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  2. Recognizing our faith in our beliefs and devotion to our creator is to feel the presence of the Lord within us. A very heartfelt poem that touches the sensitive fibers of the heart. A big hug.
    Manuel Angel

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