The Lighthouse - Poem by Justin Reamer
The lighthouse stood upon a rock,
Christened in the night;
It stands for deep integrity,
Its light so shining bright.
It guides the sailors to the harbor,
Being their eternal guide;
It has the light of salvation,
With which there's not to chide.
Jesus blessed the dear lighthouse,
Making it without pride,
Christ had blessed His servant,
Evil has been denied.
The lighthouse stands upon the rock,
Looking out so gracefully,
It has no worry nor regret,
It's known for bravery.
The lighthouse guides everyone with trouble,
Knowing right from wrong,
It guides them back to the path,
Even though their journey may be long.
The lost follow the light,
The light that leads to the path,
The path that is the righteous road,
That leads away from Satan's wrath.
The light is the symbol of light,
As Christ is known as the Way,
It is Christ's eternal symbol,
Guiding followers to the bay.
The lighthouse stands on that rock,
Ever so brave and strong,
Its integrity is very noble,
Guiding all of the throng.
Yet the lighthouse is different,
‘Tis ever so meek,
It guides everyone who needs council,
To the holy peak.
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