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TRUST JESUS TODAY
This is a simple concept that I found myself in awe with one day so I wrote this poem. I'm asking for input on the usual, is the flow okay? Is this poem interesting or is it too simple?
I am always changing.
Thoughts and plans never stay the same.
My life is constantly rearranging.
I find it so amazing
that You are never changing.
Through all days You remain
You always were, always will be King.
You are everything
that means anything to me
and that will never change.
You are the one thing
about me that can never, will never change.
You, in me, will stay the same.
Someday earth and heaven will pass away
but You and Your Word will stay
You stand true in all of Your ways.
Your beauty will never fade.
You are my God.
You are my Lord.
You are my King.
You are everything
that will never change in me.
You will remain
unchanged for eternity.
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