Treasure Island

Gary James Smith

(Sept.22,1946 / Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario)

CAN YOU BELIEVE IT!


CAN YOU BELIEVE IT!

God knew, what I didn't
When a need, came my way
I was thinking, 'this amount'
When there was some more to pay.

Who would have thought, that He knew
Then again, why wouldn't He!
Who knows my frame, through and through
And in my need, with regards to money

Once again, He proved Himself
Strong on my behalf
I shook my head, in wonderment
Then me and my God did laugh

O praise You Lord, for blessing me
Thankful, You are able
Along with giving me daily bread
Brought blessings to my table.

As these tears of joy fall down
In traces on my face
A testimony to, You my Lord
Such wondrous saving Grace.

Copyright Gary James Smith
April 2,2009 @ 7: 15 a.m.

Submitted: Thursday, April 02, 2009
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