R. K. Hart

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Who.


Who makes the jersey to give her milk,
Or the worm to produce her silk.
Who makes golden wattle to give it's joy,
And calls upon the kingfisher not to be coy.

Who gave Joshua courage to bring down the wall?
And David's courage before Goliath so small.
The courage Samson displayed remorse and contrite
Esther's disobeying her king, conveying her peoples plight.

Who comforted Paul seated on straw, losing his sight.
And placed joy in the heart of she who gave her mite.
Who was it that gave Moses strength of heart,
And Solomon with wisdom set apart.

I'll tell of whom I speak,
He provides the courage and wisdom you seek.
Jehovah Jireh, He will provide, is the one,
I call Him Adonai or Father, me He never shuns.

Search Him out He will cleanse the sinful heart,
He will stand you up and set you apart.
He removes the blinders of the devil from your sight,
And place within a wise and courageous heart.

R.K. Hart 21/02/13

Submitted: Wednesday, February 20, 2013

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