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Everday Remains a Blessing
by Cinda Carter
4/19/2013 / Poetry
Everyday is a gift from God,
Look to Jesus in this world we trod.
Facing new challenges,
Jesus takes one's life then balances it.
He takes away the old and gives us the new.
A new way of thinking as we walk through,
The trials and the cares of this life.
Jesus stands in the gap for us the one they call Christ.
Without Jesus we would be nothing,
It's because of Him that we have faith by trusting.
Trusting the one and only Jesus Christ.
It is a privilege to be a part of His life.
In the daily walk with the Lord.
He gives us our daily bread with His word.
His Holy Spirit convicts us when we sin,
So, we have an advocate with the Father and ask Him to cleanse.
Cleanse me dear Lord of my sins,
Purify my thoughts and sanctify me through Him.
Wash me white as snow,
So, the Lord Jesus I may know.
Through Jesus I can rejoice in Him,
I find peace of mind and contentment within.
I cannot praise Jesus the Son God enough.
Even when life seems tough.
For I find in Him that "Everyday Remains a Blessing"
Through trials and temptations.
Through failures and setbacks.
I count it a joy in knowing Jesus, no longer to turn back.
Jesus cleanses me with the blood of the Lamb
To be His child forever I am.
Free in sharing the gospel of Christ for His glory.
Everyday remains a blessing through the gospels story.
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