Obed dela Cruz
Do I Still Tremble In Your Presence? - Poem by Obed dela Cruz
Angels in heaven they gather around
And they sing, 'Worthy, Worthy, is the Lord God! '
The fiery cherubs, their passions abound
Who can stand before You without being awed?
Yet in folly do I sometimes ignore
And waste many chances other souls covet
Woe to the world I selfishly explore
If it means that Your grace I shall then forget!
The Earth shakes when You step upon its dust
But here, do I still tremble in Your presence?
Is my offering given with disgust?
Have I already lost the gift of conscience?
O God, forgive the man who broke Your heart!
And please restore the life his sin tore apart!
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Copyright © 2012 by Prince Obed de la Cruz
(April 15,2012; Marikina City)
(This poem is written by PRINCE OBED de la CRUZ. To use it in a proper manner, please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject 'PERMISSION TO USE')
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