Alone - Poem by Richard Merrell
I walked alone one night
And tears ran own my face
For Yeshua had walked up to me
To tell me of His grace.
'I love you still, no matter what
to me you are of much worth;
and would have given my life for you
had you been the only man on Earth.
Now understand that you alone
I value with my heart;
and would teach you in life's circumstance
the grace my love imparts.'
Towards the stars of heaven
I did lift my hands in praise;
For Yeshua is NOT in a book -
But with me all my days!
'I will not leave thee, nor forsake thee'
Joshua 1: 5
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