Mandie Casey


We Are Not Alone - Poem by Mandie Casey

Jesus is our light
He walks with us through darkness
He's there to fight our fights.
Because He loves us He'd give nothing less.

He knows our every thought
Our trials and weaknesses too
We need only follow what He taught
By always standing tall and true.

We cannot walk our paths alone
Without Him we cannot see
Without His light we're very prone
Through pride to walk along blindly.

Eventually we come to see
What it is we're doing wrong
We cannot take this life lightly
We must remain forever strong.

He is our protection
Our cover through the storm
Without that loving connection
Our souls would come to harm.

We must remember who He is
And all He's done for us
He gave his life and so much more
That terrible sad day on the cross.

Without Him we would be lost
Forever to walk in confusion
For all of our lives He's paid the cost
And his resurrection was no illusion.

He loosed the bands of death and bought
Our salvation with a miracle
Even though He was distraught
When temporarily out of the father's circle.

His actions tell us more than words
About His endless love and care
He is the Son of God; our Lord
No other man on earth can compare.

He is our older brother
Our example through this life
He said: 'Love one Another'
He gives us strength for the strife.

So now we have important choices
Choices we have to make
Our free agency gives us all a voice
And it's easy to make mistakes.

But never forget to hope
And keep trying every day
Jesus is our lifeline rope
His help is here to stay.

He wants us to succeed
He'll walk with us the whole way
He'll help us sow a faithful seed
And stay on the path every day.

It's hard to do all this alone
We don't know what's in store
We must have a foundation of stone
A stone that is....our savior.

Topic(s) of this poem: inspiration, jesus, light


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 3, 2015



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