A Date with God
This is a day at the time connect to his
higher ground, an accord to view his wholeness
being God. The highest privilege to talk direct to him,
be alone engage to his presence.
The spirit relax sitting and talking a lot of things to
share and gave to his hand. The mind goes away freely,
move smoothly feel the freshness of sight through thoughts
occupied space. The eyes and vision combine
absorb the distance.
The cleaning time itself, to hang loose
every breath of matter in the mind, surrendering
all things being, lying my head in his side everything feel in.
His loving arms works slowly cradle me,
hanging in the air, feel free from any disturbing notion.
He shelter me put all the colors to my day inspired me
and balance my life in all angle level of my being.
The resting time, love sound mind present
moment heaven by my side. I saw his creation,
I wondered his marvelous deeds!
He gave the deepest full meaning of
himself being God, Fabulous! ! !
my deliverance set me up in the sky
to hold his hand someday and live with him,
God provision everyday he offer, he always be on stay,
I found my satisfying self to his care.
He given me reason to live and be happy everyday,
so I gave back my free will being human,
his will and way be in my life, I surrendered all
by his side and let him do my life.
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