New Heights - Poem by Manervia Herrington
So small but yet so big
An enormous tree once a twig.
A tiny baby that grew so tall,
A neighborhood store, now a mall.
Communication, once a crystal set,
Now a world wide internet.
But world with all it's land and space
Cannot compare to God's love and grace.
His love is so rich, full and free
He never loses sight of you and me.
When He looks down upon us all
He doesn't care how large or small.
No matter how little or how much we've grown
He can show us space we've never known.
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