Denis Martindale

Patience! Patience! Patience! - Poem by Denis Martindale

A patient soul awaits the best... the best God's meant to be,
A patient soul still hates each test... each test God's meant to see...
So will we wait and hold our ground... with strong foundation laid?
Or will we fret... because we've frowned... at times we felt dismayed?
The choice remains... so, yes, of course... we choose to wait or fret...
Despite amazing grace God stores... for future times we'll get...
We'll stay alive, should God permit... to see our promised land
And that is all there is to it... for then, we'll understand...
So let the building take its time... and pay the bills that come,
For one day... it will look sublime... to one and all... not some...
Our faith will be rewarded then... and what good works we'll do...
So praise the Lord... for that day when... our patience got us through!

Denis Martindale April 2018.

The Gospel poem is about the building being done to create the
Revelation International Centre which Revelation TV hopes
will be the leap forward in their technological advancement.
More studios, with the whole team in one building, so even
better programmes can be produced to bless the whole world.
The poem was shared on the R-Mornings programme shown on
Thursday, the 19th of 2018 with the donations' updates.


Find out more by watching Revelation TV,
the Christian channel on UK Sky TV 581
and Vision TV on Freeview channel 264.

Topic(s) of this poem: faith, god, miracle, patience, perseverance, prayer, prophecy, sacrifice, true love

Form: Prose Poem

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 19, 2018

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