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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 3 – Advanced)
Topic: Touch (the sense of touch) (08/05/10)

TITLE: The Splendor of His Touch
By Deborah Ann Belka
08/11/10


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Lord, touch me while I sleep,
bring peace to this weary soul.
Heal my mind and heart,
let Your love make me whole.

Touch me in this place of rest,
as I take a break with You.
Repair and mend the broken parts,
may Your mercy be the glue.

Touch me when I wake up,
and I see the morning dew.
Let me sip my coffee,
in the warming thoughts of you.

Touch me throughout my day,
let me feel Your guiding hand.
Lift me up when I fall,
let Your strength help me to stand.

Touch me in such a way,
that with every passing hour.
I will know You are the one,
who gives my life its power.

Touch me as I wind down,
help me to go that extra mile.
Keep me filled with Your joy,
and remind me to always smile.

Touch me right here, right now,
give me a taste of Your grace.
As I am sitting at my dinner table,
may my thankfulness You embrace.

Touch me as I go to sleep
Your peace I will hold and clutch.
Oh, what splendor there will be,
when I wake up to Your touch.


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Sarah Heywood08/13/10
This had a nice flow to it. It's a good reminder that it is the Lord's touch we ought to be anxious for and nobody else's.
Shann Hall-LochmannVanBennekom 08/14/10
This is a beautiful touching prayer. I could easily see this on a poster or a card. Great job.
AnneRene' Capp 08/15/10
You described MY heart completely. If I didn't know better, I'd say we were twins!

What a relaxing poem of comfort this was for me. It truly does have a soothing ambiance of warmth and serenity.