A Prayer To You Lord God - Poem by Luke Easter
Dearest the Lord thy God,
I come to You on bended knee,
Giving praise, honor and glory,
And whatever else pleases Thee.
In the almighty name of Jesus I pray,
Thank You, Heavenly Father for another day,
It’s not about the kind of weather outside,
But the spirit of the Messiah, Christ Jesus in my life,
Greetings also from fellow saints who trust and believe,
Through faith & patience Your promises we will receive,
Cheerfully spreading the Gospel with a consecrated kiss,
Exodus 23: 25 by blessings sickness is taken from our midst.
It’s only fitting that I start the day,
With an acknowledgment of spirit and grace,
For surely salvation has come my way,
Putting smile after smile on my face.
Making easier the sometimes stormy daily grind,
Because it is stated throughout the Bible many times,
Psalms 118: 8 don’t put confidence in man, trust the Lord, I am,
Psalm 31: 15 & 38: 9, my time & desire are in Your hands,
With sincere faith, belief and trust in the Son of Man,
Philippians 4: 13, through Jesus Christ (all things) yes I can.
Your divine will is what I seek my Father,
When my plans are not blessed by You, why bother?
Woe be unto to me I would ask and receive,
Something I could get and not really need.
Gifts of a certain nature that I know all so well,
Tools to be used by Satan for a one way ticket to hell,
A prize that is not a prize for what it really should be,
Romans 10: 9, confess Jesus is Lord, you’re saved & set free,
I ask in the name of Jesus, seeking strength for everyday strife,
My goal is to have the door open to Heaven gaining eternal life.
Well, my Heavenly Creator it’s time for my day to begin,
To walk in the steps of Christ Jesus my protector & friend,
Till tonight comes Father God when I kneel once again,
Through the shed Blood of Jesus, thank You and Amen.
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