Elizabeth Benedict


It's Good To Be - Poem by Elizabeth Benedict

It's good to be
Right where I am
In the arms of the Man,
Unseen.
It's good to be
Wrapped up in His love
Sealed from up above
For eternity.

It's good to be
Set free today
Singing like it was a holiday
Wouldn't want it any other way

It's good to be
Younger at heart
Healthier than a lark
For my eyes to see
Oh, and for your eyes to see
It's good to be right where you are
Because He is always right where you are
He's never very far

It's good to be
Alive in this moment
Breathing in the air
Casting every care onto Him

It's good to be
Alive in the spirit
Feeling my part in it
It's good to be
Happy in Him
Knowing I will win
And in Him I cannot fail
It's good to be
Fresh on a clean slate
Neer mind what happened of late

It's good to be
One of His
Ain't no show biz
This is for real
It's good to be
I was meant to live at a time such as this,
And eternal bliss

It's good to be
It's good to be
It's just very good to be.


Comments about It's Good To Be by Elizabeth Benedict

  • (7/21/2007 12:40:00 PM)


    very nice flow, beautiful work :) (Report) Reply

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  • (7/19/2007 11:17:00 PM)


    Liz,
    There are so many ways to look at life,
    and most of us decree,
    ... it is better than NOT being,
    wouldn't you agree?

    B.V.A.
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 22, 2011


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