Baby Girl

Rookie (Spring of 1973 / INLAND EMPIRE, United States, Earth)

A Christian point of view Poem by Baby Girl


Great and Mighty; All knowing and still loving
Creator to created -
Making in me a pure heart.
Tucked beneath His wings,
Wrapped comfortable in His everlasting arms,
My life from the works of His hands -
He holds me and you there.
His judgments merciful and fair.

The seriousness of His blood
The joy of the waters of His love
overtake me, do not forsake me
Keeps me close to His heart tis so.

My soul belongs to You. Only in Your sight am I
true.
Free to be me
Happy to live and let be!
By meditating on Your precepts and rules
of perfect Love
We can all get to heaven
Far above our and more than we can ever desire.
The love Christ has for His people is an all consuming fire.

The seriousness of His blood
The joy of the waters of His love
overtakes me, does not forsake me
Peace and Righteousness
evermore

Submitted: Monday, December 23, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 24, 2013

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