Gary James Smith

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

DIG DEEPER


DIG DEEPER


Dig deeper in the word of God

Take a second glance

Don't give superficial reading

But give our God a chance

To show Himself above all others

He's truly the God of love

Ready, willing and definitely able

To give you life from above


Taste and see our God is good

Gives meat for understanding

Meditate and chew on His word

You'll find it such a grand thing

For He has deemed if you by faith

Repent and believe today

His Holy Spirit will enter in

And lead you in God's way


Dig deeper in the word of God

Trust me you'll find treasure

A loving and forgiving Father

Who loves us without measure

To send His Son, His very own

To take our sin and pardon

Dig deeper in the word of God

Don't let your heart be hardened


His word a lamp unto our feet

A light to our path always

No need to walk in darkness

So our God's word says

His word our sure foundation

It is definitely a Keeper

Dig deeper into the word of God

Dig, dig, dig, dig, dig deeper.



Copyright June 10,2014

Gary James Smith

Submitted: Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Topic of this poem: inspirational

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Sunday school teacher had mentioned that we should always dig deeper in the word of
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