Joye Atkinson

Rookie (Sumter South Carolina)

Joye Atkinson Poems

1. Fallen Heroes 6/28/2011
2. Where Were You God 6/28/2011
3. Come Rest In My Presence 6/28/2011
4. Message From A Loved One 6/30/2011
5. Lord Am I Good Enough For You 6/30/2011
6. I Did It All For You 6/30/2011
7. God's Glory Your Gain 6/30/2011
8. Lord Please Pray For Me 6/30/2011
9. In My Time In My Way 6/30/2011
10. You Don'T Have To Be Perfect 6/30/2011
11. Grandpa's Last Day 2/6/2011
12. Lord Let Us Be Your Hands 7/2/2011
13. Who Will Stand For Me 7/3/2011
14. Church Of The Frozen Chosen 7/4/2011
15. God Loves To Hear Our Voice 7/2/2011
16. A Minister's Needs 7/3/2011
17. Through His Eyes I See 7/15/2011
18. Can You Hear Me Now 12/19/2011
19. Love Yourself 7/2/2011
20. Please Don'T Drink And Drive 2/6/2011
21. God Loves Me Though I'M Old 6/30/2011
22. For Such A Time As This 7/4/2011
23. Are You Ashamed Of Me 7/4/2011
24. I Will Not Give Up 6/28/2011
25. From The Heart Of A Deaf Child 7/2/2011
26. Finally Home 6/30/2011
27. A Minister's Wife 7/3/2011

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A Minister's Wife

The effectiveness of a minister as to how he handles life
Depends a great deal upon his wonderful supporting wife
You're always there beside him when trouble comes his way
You bring him so much comfort by the things you do and say
You're not just there in sadness you're there in joy and pride
No matter what God sends his way you're always by his side
You have a very special gift for showing so much care
Though you may not show it you've got a load to bear
It takes a special person to do the things you do
God doesn't just use men you know he uses their wives too

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Grandpa's Last Day

On a beautiful morning one day in May
I went to my grandma and grandpa's to stay
My grandpa fixed breakfast and fed it to me
I felt so secure as I sat on his knee
I ate every bite of my eggs and my grits
For a snack later on we'd have cheese whiz and ritz
But on this bright morning when the dishes were done
We went out on the porch and sat down in the sun
Grandpa picked up his paper and on that old porch swing

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