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TRUST JESUS TODAY
The wind so warm and calm
Blowing softly across my face
The sky a magnificent shade of blue
With puffs of white fluffy clouds floating slowly by
Trees move back and forth to the rhythm of a slow dance
The only sound is little birds way off in the distance
I rock on my porch in my favorite chair
Quietly studying His Holy Word
Taking my time just to meditate on what I find
Seconds seem to slow to my pace
The troubles of the world not in this place
This will always be my kind of day
Man, this is the way life should be always
Just to feel free
God is so good to me
Thank you Lord
For giving me such a peaceful day
I just marvel
Looking out as far I can see
The wonders of what God can bring to be
This joy I feel
At just being still
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