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TITLE: Do I Suffer Thee, Lord?
By Brenda LaVelle
08/13/08
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A look at some of the things I suffer the Lord with, with grief in my heart that I do.
Do I suffer Thee, Lord? 7/12/08

Do I suffer Thee, Lord,
With my sloth and distrust,
With the things I hang on to,
That will rot and just rust?

Do I suffer Thee, Lord,
With my haphazard ways,
When I put the things off
That would lengthen my days?

Do I suffer Thee, Lord,
With my wants and my wishes,
For new clothes on my back,
Or new plates and new dishes?

Do I suffer Thee, Lord,
When My prayers get cut short,
Because the telephone rings,
Or I'm just out of sorts?

Do I suffer Thee, Lord,
When I have anger arise,
And bring it all to You,
Though I know it's no surprise?

Do I suffer Thee, Lord,
When my patience wears thin,
When I get overloaded
Because I've let the world in?

Do I suffer Thee, Lord?
Yes, I know that I do,
Though You know that's the last thing
I want to put You through.

Copyright 2008 by Brenda LaVelle

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