Here We Stand - Poem by Curtisj Johnson
Here We Stand
By Curtis Johnson
On earth we continue our stand and together we sing,
Never fearing the bite of demons, nor the devil’s sting.
We fight the good fight of faith, until the final bells ring.
We are like a fruitful tree, planted by the rivers of waters.
We labor hard, never quitting till the end of all four quarters.
We are fine and faithful finishers, and not fiery flashing starters.
God’s enemies and ours have been disarmed.
It means not that we are living a life of charm.
We need never fear when leaning on His arm.
And no believer has any need to be alarmed.
He’s our Shepherd according to the 23rd Psalm.
We are covered by His blood; enemies cannot harm.
By the Strength of God, we are flourishing like a palm.
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