A Servant's Prayer - Poem by Reginald Walker
Thanks for another sunrise
That brought to me another day.
Bless me with the strength this day
To bring glory to Your Name.
Thanks for the breath of life,
That you breathe into me,
Therefore, I can awake each day
With some meaning to my life.
Thanks for your loving grace
That I in no way deserved
Nevertheless, out of your greatness
You still decided to give.
Thanks for your tender mercy,
That only you can provide.
Although, for my many sins, I deserved to die
You sent Jesus to die instead.
Surely, as I soak in the rays of the sun,
And live because of your grace and mercy,
My only testimony to the world can be,
'Jesus is my God, my Lord and my King.'
Thank you, my Lord, with every fiber of my being,
For being so loving and great,
That in spite of my weakness to sin,
You supply all my needs, anyway.
Please, bless me, my Father
To use this one God-given day,
As if I will never have another opportunity
To bring glory to Your Name
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