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In your hands…

I was inspired by the sermon at my Granny’s church a few months ago. The sermon was on Philippians 4:6-7 about God commanding us not to worry. While sitting there listening to the preacher this appeared in my heart and I was compelled to write it down.

Take my life
Guide my hands
Lead my heart
Hear my prayers
Tame my fears
I lift to you my life
I give to you my hands
use me for your will
let me be your light

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Have a wonderful Saturday and I hope nobody has to hit the stores!!

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15 Comments

  1. That’s a wonderful poem. I especially like “Tame my fears”

    Sometimes the best we can hope for is the taming of our fears. Unfortunately it is our nature to worry about something.

    Thank you for the post.

  2. Absolutely beautiful.

    And unfortunately, we are going to tackle the dreaded mall tomorrow. Coach actually wants to go Christmas shopping with me, and tomorrow is the only day we’ll both be able to go before Christmas.

    Ugh. The mall. On a Saturday when those *shudder* teenagers are there. The week before Christmas.

    If I haven’t checked back in before Monday, could you send the SWAT team to Arizona? 😉

  3. Thank you ladies.
    TSM~ I have the SWAT team on speed dial ready to send out into the fray for you. I believe their weakness is teenagers in shopping malls, but they’re ready anyways. 🙂

  4. that is a beautiful poem! i’m impressed that you can translate feeling into poetry. you must be smart or something!!!
    have an amazing weekend!!!

  5. DMD~ Thank you for visiting!
    MonkeysandMarbles~ thank you for the love, and you’re welcome! I love your blog.
    SSS~ it only happens occasionally! 🙂

  6. jj~ yes, I wrote that 🙂 Thank you.
    You let go and share every day in each of your blog posts. You are an inspiration all on your own.
    Your words are powerful, because they are your truth.

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