Here in your hand
How safe I am,
At your command.
Well or ill,
Just as you please,
And praising still.
So may I stay
To serve you, Lord,
And pray to you
All night and day.
Here may I dwell
At one with you,
Your temple, Lord,
Where all is well.
The life of every living thing is in his hand (Job 12:10; NLT).
“My Lord and my God!” Thomas exclaimed (John 20:28; NLT).
The Lord gave and the Lord has taken away; may the name of the Lord be praised (Job 1:21; NIV).
Love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your strength, and all your mind (Luke 10:27; NLT).
Worship the Lord your God, and serve him only (Luke 4:8; NIV).
Never stop praying (1 Thessalonians 5:17; NIV).
Whoever is united with the Lord is one with him in spirit (1 Corinthians 6:17; NIV).
You are the temple of the living God (2 Corinthians 6:16; NLT).
She never left the Temple but stayed there day and night, worshipping God with fasting and prayer (Luke 2:37; NLT).
All is well (1 Kings 5:4; NLT).
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I felt such a sense of peace reading that. Thank you Ruth. xxx
Oh, I’m so glad this helped. Thank you so much for telling me. God bless you XXXXXXX
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I wanted to share this beautiful poem with you. Ruth Kirk is a poet who writes prayer-poems in the Celtic tradition. Over to Ruth and her blog …
Goodness! I’m overwhelmed! Thank you for this XXXXXXXXXX
I’ve often wanted to re-blog your posts, Ruth, but I would end up with more your writing than my own. 😂. Sometimes something is too wonderful to keep to myself though. x
That made me smile and chuckle, but sadly, too. Probably one of the kindest things anyone has ever said to me! XXXXXX
I don’t believe that for a minute Ruth. ☺ x
Honestly, I wouldn’t say it it if wasn’t true XXXXXX