Evil me? God, why?
The commandments to try,
If I broke one, I broke all,
leaving me alone and small,
then Jesus taught me,
such an important key,
because of his death,
I am forever free,
He is the reason that I smile
knowing my imperfections now to erase
by repenting and accepting Gods loving grace.
My heart leaps in adoration once again,
Freedom by his blood, is my daily friend.
In New York’s Harbor sits the Statue of Liberty,
Standing as a testament to one and all,
that in our country that everyone is free,
no matter how great or small,
towering above us, its torch burning bright
equality given and fought for by the brave,
shedding powerful, majestic light
as America’s flag forever waves.
The great “I Am” stands with me through trials and storms that rise,
The great “I Am” awakens me with everyday’s majestic sunrise.
I look above to find the mighty ” I Am” a compass, pointing sure,
Leading me along through the storms of life, I can
The great “I Am” is available for all the world He created.
Stand with the “I Am” the one that never hated.
For in Him is the solid promise and everlasting key.
That in “I Am”, love for all lives and always sets us free.
The mellowing moon
moves atop mountains,
meeting earth closer
smiling on earth,
Beautiful in June,
The heavenly, mellow moon.
On an island hidden along a foreign seas
are all the senior beauty queens, just like me.
No photographers allowed, only sixty or older,
From all across the globe we come here to meet.
With so much beauty, there is no need to compete.
Everyone is a winner from head to toe,
Life experiences casting their own glow.
Destination, wouldn’t you like to know?
I hate the word impossible.
God no longer reigns.
Our outlooks bend.
Belief and faith dry up.
Life withers away.
In God all things are possible.
Matthew 19:26 [niv]
My God makes impossibilities disappear!