Richard Merrell

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Richard Merrell Poems

81. The Talebearer 4/14/2012
82. Thirst No More 4/14/2012
83. Should Yeshua Visit 4/14/2012
84. I Must 4/14/2012
85. Latter Rain 4/14/2012
86. Song From The Lord 4/14/2012
87. The 11th Commandment 4/14/2012
88. God's Answer To Go Lotto 4/14/2012
89. What God Taught Me 4/14/2012
90. Firstborn Of All Creation 4/14/2012
91. The Open Door 4/14/2012
92. When I See A Tree 4/14/2012
93. I'Ll Be There 4/14/2012
94. Loving God 4/14/2012
95. Listen To Yeshua 4/14/2012
96. A Child's Poem 4/14/2012
97. Glory In All Things 4/14/2012
98. One Speck Of Gold 4/14/2012
99. Three Heavens 4/14/2012
100. The Lord 4/14/2012
101. No More Offering 4/14/2012
102. Many Are Blinded 4/14/2012
103. Far Far Better 4/14/2012
104. Life's Hill 4/14/2012
105. Listen 4/14/2012
106. Wonderful 4/14/2012
107. The Mirror 4/14/2012
108. None At All 4/14/2012
109. If I Were 4/14/2012
110. Because He Loves Me 4/14/2012
111. My God 4/14/2012
112. Unity In The Dark 4/14/2012
113. The Roman Harlot 4/14/2012
114. Just One Word 4/14/2012
115. The Mother 4/14/2012
116. Roman Catholicism A Curse! 4/14/2012
117. Agape 4/13/2012
118. Enter In 4/13/2012
119. Be Sure 4/13/2012
120. If I Could 4/13/2012
Best Poem of Richard Merrell

Freedom In Your Marriage?

Is there freedom in your marriage?
Or is there bondage bringing woe
Is there freedom in your marriage?
This is what I'd like to know.

For marriage is two people
Each sharing the others love
Not telling each other how to live
Nor giving each other the shove.

For each is an individual
With free-will to be such;
Giving and receiving in their talents -
However much.

Having freedom to enjoy at times
What each may like to do;
Pleasing each other by attitude
Being happy for each too.

Standing by each other
When outsiders shoot the...

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At Sunset

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? '

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