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TITLE: I'm Never Too Far(God's answer to my doubt)
By Amber Riebe
09/30/07
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This is what I received from the Lord 3 days after I wrote Lonely Road Today. He told me exactly what I needed to hear at the exact moment I needed to hear it. God is so amazing! Let me know how this poem makes you feel. Do you find it inspiring?(I would like to make this one into a song, so please keep in mind that the second stanza of this poem is actually the chorus which would repeat after each stanza.)
You say that you canít feel me here today.
And you say that something between us has changed.
Donít you know it breaks my heart to see you this way?
Iím still standing right here next to you.
Do you remember when I told you Iíd never leave you?
I always keep my word, and all of my promises hold true.
If youíre too weak to move, just wait and Iíll come to you.

You just wait and Iíll renew your strength.
Again you will walk and run and you will not faint.
I will lift you up on eagle wings and
I will put joy back into your heart and make you sing.
Come to Me, and Iíll give you rest.
Iíll fill you up when you donít have any faith left.
From Me you will never be too far,
Because Iím always right where you are.

Donít you know that nothing can ever separate us?
How can it be that today you feel distant from my love?
Iím still right here; canít you feel My loving arms?
You say you canít feel My love today
and those words break My heart!
Tell Me, what do I have to do to prove that My promise is true?
I will always be here with you!
When your life gets hard, I donít run and hide!
When you go through deep waters, Iím always right by your side.

Come, and let Me wrap you in My love.
I will always be with you, nothing will ever separate us.
You are part of Me and I am part of you,
So close your eyes and hear my truth;
When this life brings you to your knees,
Come to Me and I will give you what you need.
If you feel too weak to move,
just wait and remember My truth;
If you canít seem to get to Me,
Iíll come to you.
Just stay where you are and wait.

You just wait and Iíll renew your strength.
Again you will walk and run and you will not faint.
I will lift you up on eagle wings and
I will put joy back into your heart and make you sing.
Come to Me, and Iíll give you rest.
Iíll fill you up when you donít have any faith left.
From Me you will never be too far,
Because Iím always right where you are.
I will never be far.
I will always be right here in your heart.
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