Sarah Littleton

(Lakewood, Washington, USA)

My Life's Pathway - Poem by Sarah Littleton

As I walk down my life's Pathway
I do not walk alone, for Jesus walks
beside me, that's what He said He'd do. He said "I'll never leave you, I'll
be there through all the pain, I'll
not let the world hurt you nor
let your heart be broken." As I cry out my hurt my pain,
my loneliness, He says these
words to me, "I know the hurt
I feel the pain, I see the tears
that fall like rain, but my dear
child with patients wait, It
will be worth it all."


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  • (5/22/2006 1:18:00 AM)


    That is one of the awsomest poems I have ever read. I've been through pain but your poem tells me that it will all be alrigh and He will be right here with me.
    DF
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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