Theresa Quinn


Power Poem by Theresa Quinn


Think of the power of the sun
It shines so brightly on everyone
It gives us heat, energy and light
But one dark cloud positioned just right
Causes us to experience
The loss of the the sun's strength and might
The sun has not changed in its strength and power
The dark cloud has come to bring a rain shower

Now think of the power of God's Only Son
The victory over sin and death He has won
He came to bring us abundant life
But sin's dark cloud can cause us strife
And cause us to suffer here and in the afterlife

God's Son has not not changed
In His strength and power
So don't succumb to the wiles of the devourer

Submitted: Sunday, January 20, 2008

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