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"Faith in Action: Beyond Spoken Words"

by Bose V © 2024

In shadows deep, where trials persist,
A voice arose, in despair's fierce twist.
Job's wife, in anguish, cried aloud,
"Curse God and die!" in misery shrouded.

Yet within her heart, a tempest raged,
A storm of sorrow, her soul engaged.
Through pain and loss, she stood the test,
A silent strength within her breast.

Her plea, a moment in grief's cruel sway,
A cry for release from anguish's sway.
Yet tethered by love, she stayed the course,
Enduring trials with unspoken force.

Through desolation and the darkest night,
She clung to hope, embracing the light.
A partner in suffering, steadfast and true,
In the end, a testament to love's breakthrough.

For when the storm's fury began to wane,
New life emerged, a blessing in the pain.
Children born, a symbol of rebirth,
In Job's wife, resilience found its worth.

Let not her words alone define,
The depth of a spirit, so intertwined.
In the narrative of trial and grace,
Job's wife stands, a symbol of enduring embrace.

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