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TITLE: Always and Never, You Are Always the Same
By Jacob Gibson
11/19/08
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Well, it's been awhile since I wrote a poem so I think it's time to try another one. The concept came to me one night before I fell asleep so I thought I would just give it a shot and see how it turned out. It's very simple but I think that's the main reason I like it. The world won't always stay the same, Wal-mart may not always have low prices, but God is the same yesterday, today, and forever. (I hope I didn't copy anyone by accident!) There's much more I could add to this--you could go on forever, I'm sure--and maybe I will add more to it later. Thank you for your suggestions and critiques!
Always with me, always there.
Always full of love and care.
Always watching, always waiting
for me to talk with Him in prayer

Never impatient, never rude
Never evil, always good
Never wrong and always right
Never in darkness, always in light

Always merciful, always just
Knows we are weak and will vanish like dust
Always guiding, always wise
Always truthful and never lies

Never dies, always lives
Eternal life to His children gives
Never weak, always strong
Little ones to Him belong

Always speaks through thoughts and words
Cares for us more than a thousand birds
Always more powerful than any deadly foe
More frightening than we could ever know

Lightning and fire, wind and smoke
Larger than the universe that came when He spoke
He shouts like a trumpet or deafening waterfall
Not tame but good, and greater than all

Always faithful, knows all things
Sweet comfort and protection is under His wings
So much love and blessings He always gives
V-I-V-I-T, His only Son lives!

He sees what was and is and will be
Always able to change us in our journey
Always fully in control
Always a deep lover of our souls

The King of kings and Lord of Lords
A tongue as sharp as a two-edged sword
The prince of peace, Immanuel
The world's Savior, and holder of the keys of hell

The comforter and the leading guide
The unmatched power that can live inside
The holy trinity, three in one
Father, Holy Ghost, and Son

Never listen to what the scoffers will say
Always trust in the Lord's perfect way
Never forget to grow in His love
Always keep your weary eyes focused above

Often I fail and fall on my face
Often I'm lost and feel like a disgrace
Sometimes I'll wonder then loudly proclaim
How you are always, always, always the same
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