Crossings do bear in living our lives,
And stem in minds beginnings,
From day to night most every day thru,
There's first to last in endings.



To each his own to find all right paths,
To be kind to put all first,
Crossings do bear in our hearts as sweet,
Or sour as we find our thirst.



We can choose sweet crossings to bless,
Giving love is so Divine,
With our spirits we go God's great way,
Love to our dears is most fine.



Straight or narrow the road leads to home,
Happy or sad we've Jesus,
We're never alone as each goes on,
Crossings do bear hope to bless.



Turning around the sad into good,
All for God and not for you,
Reaps blessings priceless to each his own,
And the love of God to view.



Hearts that pray to give from the Lord love,
With all that is within them,
Do flow a fragrance sweet as God's rose,
He's there to love as His gem.



Crossings do bear in living our lives,
Sweet, sad, bad or good we cry,
Sufferings most times unbearable,
The Lord's love we e'er rely...


ŠSondra McPherson
26 March 2006
 
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This Poem Was Inspired By
Mary Tindall

Scripture: Isaiah 26: 3

 Thou wilt keep him in perfect
peace, whose mind is stayed
on thee: because he trusteth
in thee.







 








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