By Larry Chadwick
A truth Iíve known for some time now.
I reminded God that things were looking really bad,
First my daughter died and then, right away, my dad.
That I was suffering from entirely too much grief,
Isnít there a way that He can provide me some relief?
He reminded me He desired only good,
And as to my grief He fully understood.
Further, donít you forget sin isnít fair,
But I got even because Grace isnít fair.
But God had one more point to make,
About His point there could be no mistake.
I truly understand your personal loss,
Have you forgotten about my Son upon the cross?
I am comforted by a God that can understand,
And I am encouraged that He always had a plan.
By His plan of salvation we can live for eternity,
Which means my girl and my dad again Iíll see.
August 20, 2002 (Rest in peace. Iíll be there to see you again!)
If tears could build a stairway and memories a lane, I'd walk right up to heaven and bring you home again.
[This message has been edited by Larry C (08-20-2002 11:52 AM).]