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TITLE: My God, Alone, Knows All
By Brenda LaVelle
08/31/08
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After a night of turning my sick brother's condition, welfare and life over to my Almighty God in all His wisdom, this poem came to me this morning as an affirmation and comfort of my commitment to leave all in the hands of my Heavenly Father, for only He knows ALL!
My God, Alone, Knows All 8/31/08

Where love and trust do meet,
It must be in God complete,
For, "Thy will, not mine, be done,"
Is the way that peace is won.

I've struggled for my own,
My fleshly seeds were sown,
But when my God spoke to me,
He said, "My child, let it be."

"For I am wiser than thee,
The future only I see,
The things you could not have known,
Would have cut you to the bone."

So with all of this in mind,
I knew He was being kind,
And looking out for the best,
To put my mind at rest.

The tears then ceased to flow,
For once again I know,
My God, alone, knows all,
And when to bring the call.

Copyright 2008 by Brenda LaVelle

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