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TRUST JESUS TODAY
This is a poem I wrote for a greeting card company's writing contest. It is one of my first attempts at non-rhyming poetry, which was recommended. Thanks for your opinions.
In the hustle and bustle of life you might begin to question my devotion to you.
These words are my simple way of showing you just how much I appreciate the things you do for me: you inspire my soul to sing!
My heart rejoices in your steadfast love and I am amazed at the way you give your whole self to me without holding back.
Your loyal devotion and forgiving nature illuminate the importance of increased patience and charity in all of my personal relationships.
When I succumb to my insecurities, doubt my physical beauty, or question my self worth you build up my confidence by describing each and every good and beautiful thing about the person I am today.
You are truly my best friend and with you I already know I have found my eternal companion, and your love is the one thing in this world that fulfills my every need.
I am honored to have you as my best friend and you should know that I forever trust you with my whole being: mind, body, and spirit.
I am confident that you will never cease to look after my physical well being as well as to satisfy the needs of my fragile, imperfect, but ever learning and ever curious soul.
You have these words as my promise that even though I am so very far from being a perfect being, I have never been so sure that I am closer than ever to realizing the magnitude of the gift you have given me in your patient, pure, and perfect love.
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