Kathryn Tyler King

Rookie - 83 Points (03/24/1946 / Ann Arbor, Michigan)

Father I Love Thee - Poem by Kathryn Tyler King

Father what does it take to really show
What wealth You give and graciously bestow
Upon the world so torn apart with dismay
With plagues, the bomb, all in disarray.
Speak through me and relinquish their doubts
That You gave us a Savior, whom our life is about.
Show them the world is nearing an end
That they be not caught in hell's burning bend.

Father I love thee not just for Your Son
But for all the blessing of life once ransomed.
The life I have now is more than flesh
For now I'm filled with Jesus, so refreshed.
I'm satisfied Father for what ever the task,
Whether I be in class, in the street I unmask
These times are so great to be called your child
For the world was never so complex and so wild.

What does it take for such men to see,
That all I am now I was nvever without thee.
I was shameful and wrong in my past
But now I want our relationship to last.
I can only live the life of faith and love
For what else is so stable than You above?
My dependence upon You has brought
Patience, and peace that man has not wrought.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Poem Edited: Tuesday, September 9, 2008

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