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Topic: Paths (05/17/04)

TITLE: The Chosen Path
By Julie Pisacane
05/23/04

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The Chosen Path

It is from Godís love and care, that His chosen follow a special path.
Paths respected and on we march, for we love our Lord and fear His wrath.

All of us are meant to follow, so look to the Lord where He will lead.
Prayers bring us closer to Him and His children use prayer in want & in need.

It is not possible to get through darkness without His guiding holy light.
Those that try, forget that they are always within His precious sight.

Any path explored is perilous if it doesnít include our mighty Lord.
Place Him in your heart as you go and carry the Bible as a sword.

Days without God, are as darkness on roads that draw one to a fearful roam.
Silently pray for the hope that one-day the path will lead to His heavenly home.


Psalm 25:10 All the paths of the LORD are mercy and
truth unto such as keep his covenant and his testimonies.



Julie Pisacane©2004


Member Comments
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Lynne Gaunt05/25/04
I enjoyed your poem. Thank you!
L.M. Lee05/26/04
nice poem. Days without God are truly very dark pathways.
Leticia Caroccio05/27/04
Nicely done. Short, sweet and told a powerful truth.
Phyllis Inniss 05/28/04
Very short and full of truths. I like carry the Bible as a sword. We need to have our weapons ready and the Bible is the best.
Deborah Porter 05/28/04
Julie, this was delightful. My only comment would be to not use "&" in your challenge entries because if it does make it as one of the top ten voted for, it will be published as is - no further editing. But other than that, it was really lovely! With love, Deb