Dec 12, 2007
By: Rick L. king
1Timothy 6:6 But godliness with contentment is great gain.
We are told to come out from among them
And be separate saith the Lord
These times will bring to us a change
And we will see God confirm His word
Jesus sometimes brings a separation
From the ones and things that we love
Just to draw us close to Him
So we will seek those things which are above
These times may be difficult
For self cannot have its way
Self must learn to give up its control
So the Holy Spirit may rule the day
During this time we will be taught
And many great lessons we will learn
Worldly things will no longer satisfy
As our spirit will for Jesus yearn
In the end we will learn contentment
In what ever state which we are in
We will be able to relax
And just totally trust in Him
Our life will no longer be based
On any outward thing
The Holy Spirit will then rule our life
And we will be pleased with whatever Jesus does bring
Godliness with contentment
Is truly a great gain
For circumstances no more will rule
So new heights in Jesus we will attain.
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