Adoration in His Courts
"Adoration in His Courts"
©2005 Susan M. Wagner
Standing in that holy place
Where mortal meets divine
I lift my hands amidst the saints
and add their song to mine
Bonded in our praise to You
Forgetting time and space
We, Your Bride, reach past this earth
though our bodies keep their place
As will one day be when You arrive
We meet you in our spirits
The ceiling lifts and soon we soar
confounding all earth's limits
Before our eyes, Your throne is seen
Your hands reach out for ours
A corporal throng we are no more
Our hearts course with your power
But before our journey to Your land
Can last for all eternity
Our spirits lead us back to earth
And we rejoin humanity
Faces flushed, tears undried,
We find ourselves earthbound again
Worship brought Your Bride to You
And one day with You we'll remain
But for today, a moment only
Can we join the heavenly court
For we must return to show the earth
The One we've just adored
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Beautiful Holy Spirit Filled Poem. To Enter into His Holy Presence through Praise How Blessed we are His Adopted Sons and Daughters. In Christ,Dee:)
Ah, to enter His courts with thanksgiving is to be blessed beyond all earthly measure. I cannot express it as so eloquently as you have, but I, the Bride, have met the Lord is such a glorious fashion. What a gift you have been given. Thank you for using it for His glory!