Diamond Jones


Most High - Poem by Diamond Jones

Where would I be
Without you in my life
I would be nowhere
Without you I am nothing
You have never lied
You have never made a mistake
I love you, and I’ll do anything to make you proud
A consistent father figure
My Daddy was never around
I’m not mad though
Because you have been my best friend
Through thick and thin
When no one else was there

Thank you for never leaving me or letting me down
Thank you for your guidance and infinite wisdom
Thank you for opening my heart and allowing me to know you
Thank you for your many blessings
Thank you for each and every day
Thank you for shaping me into the person I am today

My heart, mind, body, and soul belong to You
There is nothing greater than your love
My ultimate high
Even when I don’t think through the day I will make it
I can count on you
So anxious
Every night I am down on my knees praying
Obedient to your word
For in you I have found happiness and truth
Your praise shall continually be in my mouth
Forever
Eager to walk, to talk, to live in your light
Doing that which is pleasing in your sight

Your love is unconditional and everlasting
You don’t judge me
I don’t need anything else in this world, You have prepared a place for me
And I know I have to live my life right in order to see your face
Oh how merciful is God’s grace!
So full of sin, please forgive me
I am nowhere near worthy
How can I ever repay you
None is like you, there is no other
So forgiving,
You are my father, brother, sister, and mother
Troubles come my way, this walk is not an easy road
But I know you are with me every step, holding me in your bosom,
Keeping me as my years grow old
I am so thankful
Words cannot explain
But when the Holy Spirit speaks to me
I say, “Yes, Lord, ” all the same


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 9, 2008



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