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Redemption- Poem of my Salvation

The tears, the pain, the lies, the hurt



becoming whole is hard with a past that lurks



the lurking voice that just won't quit,



Telling me I'm worthless, no good, and in no way legit.


Insecurity, Assumption, and Pride





Plagues my heart and makes me hide.





"Come out" You say with your gentle whisper...





"I have more for you than this you see





But you must turn from the past and follow Me."





You go on to say with a kind voice,





"I can't promise the road to Me will be painless,





But I do promise to heal you so that you may see,





you've always been my beautiful princess,




From everlasting to everlasting, this has always been your identity."




A princess, I ponder, is what I've always longed to be....





But this world has always told me I'm less than the Bible says of me...





I think it's time to listen to my Savior's voice





and turn around to follow Thee.





Into the Light of my Savior I go....




not knowing what will come about,




But He's worthy…

My Birthday

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My morning began at the Montgomery County Park with my Bible, pen & Journal
 My Journal started with this...  for everyone older than 23, please don't be alarmed... it's just a feeling. (wink) I began trying to write about the past 22nd year of my life; all God has done, all I am thankful for, and all my prayers on behalf of what I wanted to learn from the Lord this year... when suddenly, I had to stop and gaze at where I was. It was like for the first time, God didn't want me to write to Him, but He wanted me to enjoy Him in the presence of His beautiful creation. So instead of pouring myself into my journal... I simply sat still, and enjoyed the scenery. I experienced a strong sense of peace here. It was the sense that simplicity is all that's needed for peace. The simplicity of enjoying God's creation, delighting in and being thankful for what's around us. I realized that God is glorified in our stillness, in our thankfulness. I was glad to be here, and co…