Norma Kelsheimer

(Neoga, Illinois)

Anchors - Poem by Norma Kelsheimer

When you are burdened with doubt, discouragement or pain
Do not fear the mighty winds or the beating of the rain
God gives us three anchors to hold us, I've tested them with care
One is faith, one is hope, the other one is daily prayer
They will hold you fast in His love till you reach the other side
In God's store house of blessings there's plenty for us to share
Just hold fast to these three anchors, faith, hope and daily prayer

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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