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TITLE: Answer the Call
By Brenda LaVelle
03/12/08
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Please read Isaiah 6:8 if you don't know the verse already. This a poem about coming to the Lord as you are, realizing how many times you have refused that sacred call, and finally turning to God for His will.
Answer the Call 2/3/08

Here am I Lord,
Tattered and torn,
Bruised and worn.
You care not how,
Only that I come.
Whether as a beggar
Off the streets,
Or a rich man
Knowing he’s poor.
I bring myself,
Lots or none,
For Your Good Will
Only
To be done.
It is in Your Presence
I find my peace,
In Your will,
I find my place.
I heard you call
Many times before,
My name,
So soft, so low,
But I brushed it off,
Always scoffed,
“Surely He doesn’t mean me!”
I doubted Your love,
Rejected Your grace,
Refused to get on my knees,
But now that I’m down
I’m turning around
And asking You, “Please,
“Send me!”


Isaiah 6:8
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