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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Confused (08/16/07)

TITLE: In God's Secret Place
By Diane Bertrand
08/22/07


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ďHe that dwelleth in the secret place of the Most High, shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the LORD, he is my refuge and my fortress; my God, in him will I trust.Ē Psalm 91:1-2, KJV

When I am confused
And donít know what to do,
I know who to turn to
Heíll always be true..

My Jesus who loves me
Will always be there
To show me His way;
To answer my prayer.

I need not be afraid
When confusion I face
For I can find guidance
In Godís secret place.


When I am perplexed
By the mysteries of life
And I donít understand
All the pain and the strife..

My Jesus who loves me
Will always be there;
And when I am weary
My burdens Heíll bear.

I need not be discouraged
When trials I face
For I can find shelter
In Godís secret place.


He invites me to dwell there;
In Him to abide
He says Iíll find refuge;
In Him I can hide.


He wants me to stay there,
To never more roam;
For in Him I have found
A place to call home.


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Julie Ruspoli08/23/07
Such a comforting poem. The rhythm was perfect. Great job!
Jan Ackerson 08/24/07
Simple and sweet!