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TRUST JESUS TODAY
Uplifting poem about how God protects even the smallest of his creation.
Soaring on the clouds so high,
I can see a sparrow there,
Gliding on the winds of God,
He flies without a care.
For God has promised he will keep,
His eyes upon those wings,
Even when the breeze is strong,
God hears each song he sings.
The sparrow is God's glory,
His perfect creation soars,
Above the lambs of Christ our Lord,
A symbol he stands for.
Keep your eyes turned toward the sky,
And when the sparrow nears,
Thank your God in Heaven,
For erasing all your fears.
If the sparrow could make sentences,
He'd make sure you knew,
God provides for everyone,
The words he speaks are true.
Above in silver lined clouds,
The sparrow spreads his wings,
Each and every day,
The grace of God he brings.
Copyright ©2005 Holly R. Laux
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