Trusting Our Lord

From Psalm 62:1:  “My soul waits in silence for God only.”

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Anticipating in faithful silence for the One

From Christ, comes our Salvation He won

 

God brings deliverance from life’s trials

His steadfast love proclaims and smiles

 

Witnessing transformation by Christ’s renewing love

Pouring out our daily needs to the Holy Lord above

 

Witnessing the Apostles in their committed walk

Learning about Jesus as His words openly talk

 

God delivering His promise, acceptable and good

Trusting in our Heavenly Father, as we all should

 

As a single body with Christ, persevere in daily prayer

Meditating upon what lies deep inside, our daily cares

 

Trusting always, we come forth to pray

God standing as our rock, always stout

His fortress never shaken with doubt

 

Allowing the Holy Spirit, a welcome space to invade

Loving one another, because Jesus ultimately gave

 

Replacing negative thoughts with a positive way

Slowing down, counting blessings—let us pray

 

Spending less time filled with our trivial worries

Praising God for His message of faithful courage

 

God’s kingdom depends upon His mighty hand

Feeling His promises, His will covers the land

 

Answering the great question for all to behold

Accepting Christ as Lord and Savior, so bold

 

Reveling in God’s glorious adventure, with trusting love

Allowing Him to assist, in sending answers from above

 

Trusting always, we come forth to pray

God standing as our rock, always stout

His fortress never shaken with doubt

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From Romans 12:11:  “Do not lack diligence; be fervent in spirit; serve the Lord.”

9 thoughts on “Trusting Our Lord

  1. I love this poem. It is rich with meaning, affirmations, encouragement, reminders. I am headed up to my sanctuary now… taking these thoughts with me, “Replacing negative thoughts with a positive way… Slowing down, counting blessings—let us pray.”

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  3. Great poem! This pretty much sums everything up; this is how we should live our lives. There are many layers here, but I love how you depict life itself as a ‘glorious adventure’. With all the ups and downs, I believe that is how God wants us to live. We must trust our daily life to God, take it one day at a time, fully comprehending that He, our Heavenly Father, always wants only the very best for us. At the heart of it though, He wants us to enjoy this life here and now; He wants us to celebrate the gift of this journey here on earth. This poem spoke to me as many of your poems do…thank you!

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