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TITLE: The Special Place
By Dana Cooper
04/10/06
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Just some thoughts I have when I pray.
The Special Place

There is a place before the throne of God
and I know that when I pray that I go there.
Its a special place where I can sense the smoke rising from the incense
and I can feel a holy hush all around me.
I can see in my mind the shine of the sea of glass.
I know that the Cheribums are in attendance.
Its the special place where I am alone with my Savior.
Its a place waiting for me daily.
All throughout the day I feel a calling to the special place.
Things are done routinely just to take up the day awaiting for the
chance to to arrive at that place.
No one else is there but God and I and all the cares of the day
disapear as I focus on the Master and tell Him of my love.
One day I won't have to leave that special place anymore.
I will be able to worship for eternity.
For now I will have to be satisfied with visits but one day
I will reside forever in
that special place that Jesus has prepared.
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