It seems that every decade has it’s own special issues. We are offered political solutions that propose to change or cure them. Yet history does repeat itself…. often for very good reasons. For the most part we just don’t get it. God is in control. He will change or repeat things until we change. This gave rise to my poem as follows;

Blest is He who made the wine

Then bled it full upon the cross

Our faith His risen breath defines;

To fashion life, beholding loss

Healer, giver, His Fathers Sage

Promiser of heaven to every age,

The finder of souls so often lost,

Brings love to bear, defying cost

His touch to eye or limb, or brokenness,

Brings blatant sinners to confess.

How is it that we come to know,

But for your pursuing so?

We bow and wash your Holy feet

With tears of joy so mixed with grief

Nations sound their trumpets now,

With compassion-care of His endow.

May your will be done in these poor lands,

Find blessings full at your dear hands.

Restore lost peace to all surviving face.

Let not your tortured sacrifice

Fall swift to Satans’ cruel device

Stripped bare we stand for that embrace,

And hunger for your healing, holy grace.

About 4hispraise

I am quite simply a child of our Lord God. What good that I have done or may do, I pray will reflect solely on the presence of The Holy Spirit who speaks for me in all things.
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