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TRUST


TRUST

I looked in vain from afar
To behold a person I can Trust, but found none.
Then I looked again in zeal, to see what I can Trust, but found none.

Oh what a vain sight it has been,
then I slowly heard a still small voice
saying get up from where you are
if you want to see a person
or what you can Trust,
so I got up and came out of where I was standing

Then I saw a person whose name I recall as Faithful and True,
He said to me Hello, welcome to what you can Trust, I am The Word of God, in me there is what you can see and what you can behold.

Then I started seeing clearly and with a very wonderful peace in my heart,
I knew I had found The person I can Trust and what I can Trust, Jesus is his name.

I now look not from afar but look inside to see what Trust can do each day for me.

Submitted: Thursday, July 15, 2010

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