Richard Merrell

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Richard Merrell Poems

121. God's Ways 4/13/2012
122. Praying 4/14/2012
123. I'Ve Often Been Alone 4/14/2012
124. God Was 4/14/2012
125. Valleys 4/14/2012
126. He Calls Me 'Friend' 4/14/2012
127. Stick Close To God! 4/14/2012
128. A Real New Year 4/14/2012
129. Four Questions 4/14/2012
130. Return 4/14/2012
131. No New Year Resolutions 4/14/2012
132. False Peace 4/14/2012
133. We Are Of God 4/14/2012
134. The Years Belong To God 4/14/2012
135. Be Seperate 4/14/2012
136. 1987 4/14/2012
137. The New Age Movement 4/14/2012
138. The Veil 4/14/2012
139. Speak The Word 4/14/2012
140. Diag - Nose 4/14/2012
141. Ho! 4/14/2012
142. The Real Issue 4/14/2012
143. The Scripture 4/14/2012
144. I Would 4/14/2012
145. Yeshua Died For All 4/14/2012
146. Except 4/14/2012
147. Pressing On 4/14/2012
148. The Clique 4/14/2012
149. Accursed 4/14/2012
150. Upon The Lord 4/14/2012
151. Theocracy Preferred 4/14/2012
152. Hear This 4/14/2012
153. The Wounds Of A Friend 4/14/2012
154. Inasmuch 4/14/2012
155. He Made All Things 4/14/2012
156. The Love Of God Abideth 4/14/2012
157. Before Abraham Was, I Existed 4/14/2012
158. My Saying 4/14/2012
159. Now I Know 4/14/2012
160. Some Day! 4/14/2012
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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