Mary Dow Brine


The Living Spring - Poem by Mary Dow Brine

Like the ever-living spring
Whose waters freely flow
Tho' lake and river, brook and stream,
Are sealed by winter's snow:

So Christ's most precious promises
Refresh my thirsty heart,
And, as I drink, the waters clear
New strength and aid impart.

By night and day the fountain flows,
Nor storm, nor icy sleet
Can bind or check the steady flow
Of its cool waters sweet:

So Christ His love most freely gives
To those who thirst for life,
And all who drink, new strength will feel,
Come care- come woe- come strife.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 15, 2016



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