Phyllis Ratcliff-Beaumonte

(Seattle, Washington)

Take Jesus On Your Journey - Poem by Phyllis Ratcliff-Beaumonte

Life is a journey
and the road can be rough
the valleys hazardous
and the mountains you climb, tough. Your burdens will be heavy
the stress hard to bear.
Tears will flow in the midnight hour
no one will be willing to share. Oh as you travel
set your standards high
For you must always give your best
this must not be denied. But while on your quest
for the high road
serve and obey the divine
for his finger of mercy and love
will direct you as you climb. Then when all is said and done
and to dust you must return
make sure you have achieved the highest
prize in Christ Jesus Our Lord.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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