God's Ways - Poem by Richard Merrell
God's ways are not our ways
At times we wish they were
How easy it would be
If troubles did not occur.
But through the ways of God
He trains us for a task;
Something precious in God's sight
It helps remove our mask.
God's ways are opposite to man's
And I thank the Lord for this;
For if I walked mine own way still
The narrow path I'd miss.
The path of God is narrow
And the walls are called 'salvation'
Each stone tells a story
For God's way is revelation.
Isaiah 55: 7-12
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