Jacob Courtney


Follow Me - Poem by Jacob Courtney

Follow Me

Come He said to me follow
Me lay down your worries
Lay down your fears for I
Shall provide all you need.
Do not fret my child for I
Am with you I walk beside
You in fact I will carry you
If you let Me. The road
Ahead looks steep from
Time to time as it rises
Out valleys if you stay
True if you follow through.
No the road is not easy
In fact it is hard you will
Face challenges daily
But I am with you every
Step I will ease your fears
I will defeat your enemies
I will never forsake you
For I am your redeemer I
Am your savior. Follow
Me always and I shall
Always guide you I shall
Always prepare you I
Shall refine you. Have
Faith in Me have faith
For I have paid your way.
Oh child sweet child of
Mine know that this world
Will not love you for it
Did not love Me, but know
That I love you and I will
Return for you. So carry
Your cross follow Me
And I will bring you
Home for eternity.

Topic(s) of this poem: faith


Poet's Notes about The Poem

About This: As a christian we
Are called to follow Jesus Christ.
It is a daily task that we should be
Doing. In Matthew 16: 24 it says
We should deny ourselves and
Take up His cross and follow Him.
It says it again in Mark 8: 34 and in
Luke 9: 23. It is a daily call for us
To follow Jesus to do as He did.
In 1 Peter 2: 21 it says we have been
Called and that Christ left us an
Example. Being Christian is never
Easy but it is rewarding for those
Who serve the Lord who believe
In God who know His word be true.
We must die to ourselves daily in
Order to serve the Lord for He
Must always be our first priority.
Brothers and Sisters know that
Regardless of what we face no
Matter what comes our way our
Savior is there with us holding
Our hand all we have to do is
Follow Him.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 24, 2016



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