I’m counting my blessings Not my sorrows I refuse to meditate On negative things I will rejoice And be glad in Him I will beautify My mind With the word of God He said I’m blessed He sa… Source: I Will Count My Blessings | Laura Bon
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Poems we love are just songs
we must sing again and again.
Well, yes I have written such poems on occasion and several times in fact, not because I was asked, but just because my heart or soul or maybe some other nameless part of me couldn’t help but do so. I’ve quoted Rachel Carson, Walt Whitman, and Wallace Stegner just to add intellectual heft to my haranguing. And based on what I can tell, so far none of my writing or talking has made a single bit of difference, except that I now stare dumbstruck at the magnificence of a single ocean wave, and cannot take my eyes off clouds and full moons or Giant Egrets, taking one tiny sacred step at a time. After all, isn’t every poem ever just a search and rescue party for our heart and soul– nothing protected, nothing saved, nothing sustained…
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If words, we believe We must be elated “For definite purpose We’ve all been created” Let it sink in With great comprehension Our very existence Is Gods intention With us and in us He wants to accom… Source: Definite Purpose | DarylMadden
Although the Bible is a book whose Author is God, there are millions of people in this world who have never read this wonderful book. Many of them say that the Bible is an uninteresting and boring book. To all these people I reply: the only reason that you find the Bible uninteresting and boring is that you do not know its Author.
Once, a young girl tried to read a book of poems. But after a few moments she put it aside because she found it dry and uninteresting. For a long time the book remained on the bookcase.The girl didn’t want to read it. Later, however, this girl met the young man who wrote the book of poems, she got acquainted with him and soon became friends. Soon, she took the book from the bookcase and began to read it,but this time she found that these were the…
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