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TRUST JESUS TODAY
This poem was written after being betrayed by a friend. I asked myself what God would do in this situation then I prayed about it. This poem is an extention of my prayers and emotions during the time of it's writting.
How we feel says a lot about who we are.
Itís possible to take emotions too far.
Itís also possible to suppress feelings.
Emotional extremes are tough for dealings.
A pausing deep breath does wonders for the heart.
Itís true that negative feelings play a part.
Itís how we display these feelings that matter.
Not a good idea to let senses splatter.
Even the good tempered grow angry at times.
People can only despair if anger leads to crimes.
Itís human to feel emotions stir inside.
Itís barbaric to let actions ride the tide.
May we always be ready to seek Godís way.
Only He can save emotional decay.
How we deal with our feelings speak about us.
Emotions can make life worth all the fuss.
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