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TRUST JESUS TODAY
This is a piece I wrote yesterday to someone who claims to be a heathen... so he says. He reviewed one of my poems (A Midnight call) on another poetry site and said that I was too religious. He challenged me to write something that would appeal to him, and this is what I wrote. Jesus loves him very much... he'll know it in time! I can feel it in me.
I do not know you drnick
nor know your real name
I do not know what you look like
or what's your favourite game
What you might like to eat or drink
or styles you prefer best
the languages you know to speak,or
to whom you're known as 'pest'.
Yet, still I thank our Lord above
for His creation true
and for the very nature in the
one and only you.
I ask that He may bless you
in all you undertake
not judge you on what I might think
the habits you should break.
I pray that He be with you
wherever you may go
in every step or act of yours
Love's gifts in you may grow.
And most of all, I thank Him
for the plans He has for you
in love and friendship, aches and pains
in joys and sorrows too.
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