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Our Lord’s Compassions

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Bob Gotti
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Our Lords Compassions

God is merciful, beyond belief, when in trying times, providing relief,
Supplying enough comfort and grace, through each burden we face,
Gods mercy and grace will prevail, for His Compassions will not fail.
As trials come without warning, Compassions are new each morning.

Great is Gods faithfulness to us, to all, who belong to Christ Jesus,
The Hope He gives will forever last, even as our souls are downcast,
When Gods Hope, I call to mind, all my heaviness God lays behind,
The Lord is my portion; I shall wait, for my Gods Grace is never late.

Because of love, were not consumed, Gods Love, as trials loomed,
By God, our trials are not ignored, and its good to wait on The Lord,
Waiting upon God, quiet and still, as God works out His Perfect Will,
Gods Will, for each and every life, of all who belong to Jesus Christ.

Gods Mercy in abundance flows, to all those whom The Lord knows,
As He watches over us carefully, caring for all His own ever faithfully,
Caring for us with His endless love, watching us from Heaven above,
Pouring down upon us grace untold, down upon those of Gods fold.

The Mighty Shepherd is our Rock, always caring for His chosen flock,
Protecting His, from unseen harms, cradling us with Everlasting Arms,
He loves us with everlasting care, to keep us from falling into despair,
Whatever in life may be our lot; our Lords Compassions, they fail not.

(Copyright 04/2011 Bob Gotti)

Hes coming very soon as the signs are very clear,
And when that trumpet sounds, well be otta here!
Praise God for our Great Blessed Hope, Who Will
Deliver All Those Who Believe, out of this present
World of Darkness into His Glorious Eternal Light!
(1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 and Titus 2:11-14)

What A Blessed Hope, Bob Gotti

[This message has been edited by Bob Gotti (04-21-2011 08:01 PM).]

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I hope that your Easter is all about Love, Light, and Living, Bob. We all appreciate that which you have shared at Passions, and we always will.

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2 posted 04-30-2011 10:36 PM       View Profile for sandgrain   Email sandgrain   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for sandgrain

How wise you are to recognize His compassion when you're suffering.  That is when it's easy to forget about our Lord's constant protection and wonder where He is.  

Thank you for sharing His love through your poetry.

God bless,
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