Clarence Prince

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A Poetic Prayer! ! ! - Poem by Clarence Prince

Lord as we look to Thee today
Protect us from any temptation
And lead us in ways of soberness
That we will do all things righteously
Turn us away Lord from doing wrongs
We need your guidance everyday
Lord as we look to Thee today

We are weak but You are strong
We need Your help to take us along
Help us according to Thy words
Allow Thy words to work for us
It's for goodness' sake we truly lust
And in Thee we've placed our trust
Lord as we look to Thee today

We are looking to You for enough
Give us each day even just enough
We know all Your words are true
Upon Thy promises we will rely
Then help us this day to get by
We know You hear our every cry
Lord as we look to Thee today

Pour out great blessings down to us
So that upon Thee we will focus
By which You will be glorified
And our souls will be satisfied
According to Thy words we pray
Suply all our needs without delay
Lord as we look to The today.

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  • Bri Edwards (12/4/2016 10:20:00 PM)


    It's for goodness' sake we truly lust..................nice rhyme: lust/trust
    And in Thee we've placed our trust

    It took a bit of looking to find lust defined without a reference to sex; sex is what i immediately associated with the word when i read it in your poem! BUT it didn't seem right!
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    double ooops! i think:

    Suply all our needs without delay
    Lord as we look to The today..................Supply and Thee! hee-hee

    nice poem, Clarence. i'll put it into Section A of December's showcase, BUT i'll edit it a bit. ;) :)

    and to MyPoemList

    thanks, bri :)
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  • Howard 'the motivational poet' Simon (7/18/2015 1:31:00 PM)


    A powerful prayer my friend! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Poem Edited: Wednesday, April 28, 2010


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