Kimberly Lindsey

(March 10 / Texas)

I am blessed

I am blessed by God, with so many things,
My three girls, parents, sister and her family.
I am blessed by God, in so many ways,
My fiancé, my friends, and that I have a job.

I am blessed by God, no matter the day,
No matter the time, no matter the place.
I am blessed by God, I have been forgiven,
And I have been given another chance at life.

I am blessed by God, no matter the outward pain,
Or the hurt that I feel inside. I am blessed, I am blessed.
I am blessed by God, just the same. Whether I choose
To be this or choose to be that, by God I am blessed.

I am blessed by God; I have air to breathe,
I food to eat, I have the earth under my feet.
I am blessed, I am blessed, oh yes, I am.
I am blessed by God, I am.

I am blessed by God, and when the bills get steep,
I remind myself, I am blessed. And when the hours get long,
And I am tired to the bone. I am blessed by God, again.

I am blessed by God, no matter the case,
I am blessed, blessed with love, and blessed with life.
I am blessed to be here with my kids, and my love.
I am blessed by God, I am blessed.

Submitted: Sunday, November 29, 2009
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