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TRUST JESUS TODAY
This was written out of gratefulness for God's provision in my life.
I'm often overwhelmed
When I look down the road
On my responsibilities,
How heavy is the load!
Provision for my children,
Their happiness and health;
Sometimes I wish that I could draw
From more extensive wealth.
The list is long of things we need,
Just in getting by.
But I must learn a phrase
That should be my heart's cry.
"Daily bread" I ask You for.
Nothing less, nothing more.
I can't plan or even see
The days ahead You have for me.
I must be willing to obey
And believe in what you say.
You care for sparrows and I see
Your love for me will always be.
May I be able to ever say
"I am content" within God's way.
You know all that lies ahead;
All I ask is daily bread.
Karri F. Compton
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