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Topic: Failure (03/01/04)

TITLE: There Is No Failure In God
By Kimberly Crews
03/01/04

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There is no failure in Him whom I place my trust in.
There is no failure in the one who stands by me through thick and thin.
There is no failure in God; for, He knows whatís best for me.
There is no failure in God even when I suffer pain and misery.
There is no failure in God even when the storms of life toss me about;
For, I know that God is a god that can and will bring me out.
There is no failure in God regardless of what I go through
Because every letter of Godís word is true,
And, He has promised that Heís working all things out just for me
So that I can one day spend my life with Him in eternity.
There is no failure in God because God is the solution to every situation,
And, Heís the ruler and king of all nations.


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Jenks Brutus03/08/04
You are so true. There is no failure in God...May God bless you.
Margaret Reed03/08/04
Good poem. First sentence reads a little awkward.
Kenny Paul Clarkson03/08/04
"There is no failure in Him whom I place my trust in." OOPS! One too many prepositions. The dangling "in" at the end of the sentence is redundant. Otherwise, absolutely excellent!!
Donna Anderson03/09/04
The Ends Perfectisimo! :) Don't know if I spelled that right. It's a Latin description of God. Your poem reminded me of it!
Dave Wagner03/11/04
Ever wonder why He didn't just create us in eternity to begin with, and spare us all the pain?

That's kind of a loaded question...I could talk for hours on why I think He didn't do that, but I thought I'd toss the question out anyway.

Good poem. I like your honesty.
Nita Frazier03/13/04
the rhyme scheme is a bit awkward, but the message is true and the tone powervul.