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TITLE: Who Am I?
By Arlene Showalter
01/20/08
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I am not sure if this should be in the poetry section. May every believer understand his/her value before God!
I am God-planned, God-formed and God-destined.
I am a daughter of the Most High God.

Un-affirmed by father,
Un-nurtured by mother,
Violated by family friend,
I am a daughter of the Most High God.

Unappreciated at work,
Dumped by boyfriend,
Disregarded by husband,
I am a daughter of the Most High God.

Ignored, Abandoned, unwanted,
I am a daughter of the Most High God.

Jesus came
In the dark of night
“Guess how much I love you!”

Before my dumbfounded silence
He grinned
“As much as My Daddy loves Me!” (John 15:9)

He is my daddy, my mommy, (Psalm 27:10)
My husband, (Isaiah 54:5)
Lover, (Song of Songs 2:10)
And friend (John 15:14).
He is God and,
I am a daughter of the Most High God. (John 1:12)
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