Lizzy Scott

How Great Is Our God - Poem by Lizzy Scott

where are you going river?
Take me with you,
through the state and in the vast ocean...
take me in your bubling
and laughing stream
so sleek and fast.
tumbling over rocks
and grass.
animals drinking you sweet,
cool mountian water.

oh wind
where you are going to
Take me with you,
through the trees
and the sky.
carrying leaves on their autumn journey
and tumbling
through the long grass.

oh how you swiftly move,
when you pick up seeds
and take them to a far away place.

how wonderful you are,
grass, beautiful it is,
how you cover bare dirt with your
lush green blanket.

how woderful is the God
that makes all of this.
he gave the river
a sense of humur.
a voice so soft and sweet.

it bubbles and chatters
along, giving life to animals
and grass and trees.

he gave the wind
a song, a song
to spread seeds and scents
to keep animals going
and trees growing.

he gave the grass
ability to talk
as it rustles and
brushes in the wind.

its beautiful cape of green,
so alive and zelouse
giving warning to animals
and protecting and giving shelter to
grouse mice and deer.

what a wonderful God,
as he desinged and crafted
each and every blade of grass
and with a sense of humur
gave the stream its bubbling laugh.

he made every planet, and every star,
alinging all of it axactly perfect.

what a mystery it is
that he would do all that for
someone like me.

one voice in a sea of pain,
one face in thousands.
one particle of sand on a beach.

and still he created
everything for us.

i shall forever praise this amazing god!
and he will forever be here for us

Comments about How Great Is Our God by Lizzy Scott

  • (4/17/2010 12:00:00 PM)

    How great is the God, who created such a poet...........I feel happy and blessed after reading your are a talented poet......keep up the good work........1000000000000000000+++++++++........ (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 10, 2010

Poem Edited: Monday, July 26, 2010

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