"The future ain't what it used to be."

Good Faith

This item is in the series Part 1: Our Timeless Savior



John, our dearest friend.
Like most treasures, you are hidden.
Searching and waiting, we are.
Hopeful and patient.

Give us more time, so we can find you.
One last chance to read you.
A few messages here and there.
Now and then.

One single fax goes a long way,
For our faith in You knows no bounds.
Serene, we await your next missives.
Eager to read Your wisdom once more.

Reward our commitment.
A gesture of good faith.
A precious moment.
For you, John.
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