Treasure Island

Tiffany Wolf

(11-22-1994 / Ohio)

God Is Now Here

God is No/Where,
Now read it again.
God is Now/Here,
Remeber that as you read this poem.

When life seems horrible,
God is No/Where.
Then something makes it better,
God is Now/Here.
When you feel like no one loves you,
God is No/Where.
Then somoene says, 'I love you, '
God is Now/Here.
When you're feeling small,
God is No/Where.
But then someone boosts you up,
God is Now/Here.
Even when you feel like He's not,
God is always here.
He doesn't show himself often,
But God is NEVER No/Where.
He is ALWAYS here.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, March 04, 2009

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  • NeiL . (3/2/2009 6:00:00 AM)

    This is beautiful and well pondered Often times we felt that way
    Specially when things are tough and dry But here's something to ponder
    Believing in God is like Believing in Sun even when it isn't Shining
    Believing in the Son when He seems absent. (Report) Reply

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