She moves with immense grace and poise.
The tenderness of her dove-like spirit rings forth with a loud noise.
Her beliefs are strong and her stance is sure.
And at the center of it all, it is her worship that is the essence of her.
Her passion for her Creator is not to be misread.
She seeks to honor Him with every deed done and every word said.
She is that lowly sheep who stays close to her Shepherd.
Even in deepest despair she finds great comfort in His very words.
But of course, as worship is the very essence of her.
She is a woman of great caliber, strength and integrity.
Her worth cannot be compared to that of mere diamonds or rubies.
She is not impressed with competitions that seek to be the boss.
But rather if you seek her she's resting comfortably behind the cross.
This is all because her worship is the very essence of her.
So at the end of this tribute, though much more can be said,
it's fitting to include that she moves as she is Holy Spirit led.
Her closeness with the Father is admired and serves as great motivation
To thrive, to press, to fight through every trial and tribulation.
All to reach levels of intimacy with God that cannot be expressed in words,
but also to compel others simply to say it is her worship that is the very essence of her.
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