Letting GO

I don’t think I have written a poem this bland and simple… I was actually crying as I penned this. Letting go, Letting GOD. For there is such an emptiness within, and my heart is clogged with filth. All around me is a widening void, a festering gash, that only your love can fill. that only your touch can heal. Yet I find myself chasing trinkets, blinded by my greed. I stand by the street corner, tears washing my cornea.. I had wasted years chasing applause and accolade… Feeding fat on the glint and mint, You tell me to let go… but I love my toys, I cannot do without them. Though they bring me pain, My eyes find delight in the anguish. You show me your heart for me, I listen to your endless love ballad. So in the pain of letting go, there is a joy I find… that of holding on to you. You teach me to

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From God

To: You From: God Do you realize that the cold draft of callousness from the crevices of hell can not cause the Love of God that blossoms and blooms to wither? – Dami to Rhea (Church Notes 1.0) My child. Behold my counsel, hear my words. I see the council of chaos gathering, Surely I have heard their bickering, They long to hurt you. Surely I have heard their bickering, They long to hurt you. I see your pain. Do not fret for I am with you in the rain. I have heard your sobbing in the night. Your heart cry… It passes through the darkness, filters through the clouds, mingles with starlight, and finds its way to my heart on the path of a sunbeam. Do you not know that I am he who bore the bowels of the seas in my arms? Pouring them into the crevices and crannies of the earth. Do you not see the splendor of the

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Be of Cheer

Matthew 9:2 And, behold, they brought to him a man sick of the palsy, lying on a bed: and Jesus seeing their faith said unto the sick of the palsy; Son, be of good cheer; thy sins be forgiven thee. Faith Jesus saw the faith of the men who brought the sick person and responded by forgiving the man’s sin. They came. This was all the verse shows us. This is the simplicity of the message of Grace. We are not told that they did anything extra. They simply brought the sick man to Jesus. Jesus recognised this action of coming and bringing the man as faith. And he placed no other requirement. It was their response to what they had heard? Why did they come? Had they heard of Christ? Were they absolutely sure or just trying out the Lord? Either way we can be certain that they knew Christ held the power in his hands to heal the man.

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