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The sight of the temple
Stirs hope within
A search for my people
I must begin
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A damaged marriage is still precious
As a living, breathing thing
Through the miracle of Jesus
It’s healing, He can bring

One to be shaken up
The other to see the light
To endure the bitter cup
And number our days aright

ublished on Jun 26, 2012 by 
A marriage, like a human life, is a precious, living thing. Spouses should exercise faith in Christ and love for each other to heal and strengthen their marriage relationship.  Jeffrey R. Holland

  1. aright – Wiktionary

    en.wiktionary.org/wiki/aright

    it is not easie we should so often settle our minds in so regular, so reformed, and so devout a seat, where indeed it ought to be, to pray aright and effectually: 

  2. Psalm 90:12 Teach us to number our days aright, that we may gain a 

    bible.cc/psalms/90-12.htm

    To number our days aright let us know, And we bring the heart to wisdom.  The prayer is, that God would instruct us to estimate our days aright: their number; 

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Life is precious
as it was meant to be
Knowing God is with us
For all of eternity

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Thanks for sharing what’s complete and right
How you are being spiritually led
We need this ever more in our lives
More and more of God’s love should be said

I know that God listens to what we say
And sometimes immediately shows it
He hears us, have faith remember to pray
Your knowledge of Him will grow bit by bit

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Innocence

The veil is thin for these precious wee ones
and out of their own mouths we can be taught. 
That is why we start young to teach them, thus…
.Just listen to how they say the name “Jesus”. 

Their maturity, beyond us all shows
As time runs, for them, moment by moment, 
They’ve maturity that innocently shows
Spiritually, in a blurt of a comment
that is when adults drop their jaw
And recognize the inner workings of a child
Having just been wild…we are in awe
At what comes out- words pure and mild

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Is it pain, is it pride?
Confusion reigned
I took one side
I can only say one simple thing
God’s love for me means everything
In my celestial heart, it’s just Him I see
Faith in the rest is a test… in life’s journey

Let go, let God and be free
Live the faith, you will see
The seed can grow, if planted right
Seeking to be nourished by God’s pure light

Oh, tender sheep
Once of the fold
For you I weep
And offer Christ to hold

That chip of pain
Can heal away
Through light you gain
But day by day

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Naught a One

He crushed Himself upon the ground
And was greatly pressed there of
In His darkest moments He found
The meaning of perfect love

Selflessly, out of a promise
To man beyond the sands and sea
He came painfully to notice
What is truly found the worst in me

He, even, sweat out great drops of blood
And stained the very cloth He wore
Accepting, even, the pains of those crass with crud
That caused the pleas of the down trodden poor

Truly things came at Him from infinite directions
Even from the father of the vilest lies himself
As He took upon Him all our imperfections
And naught a one was denied as that last drop spilled

crud: noun:   any substance considered disgustingly foul or unpleasant


naught: noun:   a quantity of no importance

Example: “It was all for naught”

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