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TITLE: A GOD I CAN'T SEE
By Paul Posney
02/05/06
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At a low point in my life, this came to me
A God I canít see

Each and everydayÖ.
To the son, my savior I pray.
Asking him to please
Remove my sins with ease.
And when heís fulfilled my request
I try living my life the best.
While walking in his love
Knowing heís watching me from above.
Sometimes I stumble and fail
Though; he wonít turn his back and bail.
He reaches out his hand
He helps my spirit to stand.
In the center of his light
Against the evils of Satan we fight.
I know one day weíll win
Then the glory of Heaven will begin.
One day my body will die
My soul will be free to fly.
Up to the pearly gates
Where Saint Peter wonít make me wait.
Heíll open the gates real wide
And there; standing; just inside.
Are those; I have loved that have passed.
Iíll join them again at last.
Knowing; Iíll never be alone
In death, Iíve finely come home.
This is why; on bended knee
I pray to a God I canít see.
My faith in him so strong
I know it canít be wrong.
To the father through the son
My salvation has begun.

© Paul (ChryWizard) Posney
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