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NOW TO HIM WHO IS ABLE TO DO
by Jennifer Molloy
4/06/2013 / Poetry
Ephesians 3 vs 20
Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly
abundantly above all that we ask or think,
according to the power that works in us.
Our Loving Lord is to be adored in all that we say and do
For He has made the heavens glow and painted the skies so blue
He has blessed us all with our first breath and caused us all to grow
Into a blessing or a curse, our choice to be friend or foe
For those that love Him and stand true He will help to the end of time
To heal the hurts of mankind to restore and stretch our minds
To make us open to His truth, real treasure we will mine
The kind that transforms in humble grace, forever throughout time
His provision is provided daily for those that the take time to ask
To those that seek His face and have great need, His power is put to the task
And to the depths of our emptiness my Lord gives night and day
His vision can solve any problem and with His riches he can repay
Any debt that we have tallied His love it keeps no score
His mercy is never-ending and He will love us forever more
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I am a freelance writer and poet that writes poetry and commentary on my christian life. I live in northern Ont. on a small hobby farm with my husband and an assortment of dogs, cats,horses,donkey and goats. I write to glorify my savior.
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