Richard Merrell Poems
|243.||In Him Abide||4/14/2012|
|244.||Vote, Vote, Vote||4/14/2012|
|249.||Psalm 91: 1 - 8||5/22/2004|
|251.||My Fingers And Thumb||4/14/2012|
|252.||Ye Of Little Faith||4/14/2012|
|253.||God Is Love||4/14/2012|
|254.||Satisfaction, Of The World||4/15/2012|
|256.||Tithing Is But Dross||4/15/2012|
|257.||A Word From The Foetus||5/22/2004|
|258.||The Servant Of The Lord||4/14/2012|
|259.||I Am A Millionaire||4/14/2012|
|260.||Love God's Son||4/13/2012|
|263.||Why Me Lord?||4/14/2012|
|264.||The Judas Kiss||4/14/2012|
|265.||Women Are Bad, Sinners||5/22/2004|
|268.||The Faithful Wife||5/23/2004|
|269.||Freedom In Your Marriage?||5/23/2004|
Comments about Richard Merrell
In the giving of these two rings,
Which speak of love that's true;
We understand that marriage is
Unbroken, ever new.
These two rings have been exchanged,
A vow of troth been made,
In circles never-ending
There is no need to be afraid.
For these two rings tell all the world
That a husband and a wife
Must always be as one;
Together all their life.
That they do face in spirit,
The trouble life often brings,
Yes, love that never ends
Is endowed in these two rings.
Today I was angry with the Lord
I swore, and in my sin
I knew all along it was me
Not Him who was wrong.
My countenance fell, and in pique
I said that which I ought not to God;
And yet I knew that I would
In the end, come seeking forgiveness from Him;
Which I did, and God asked 'Why blame me? '