Poet Edwin Markham
Teach me. Father, how to go
Softly as the grasses grow:
Hush my soul to meet the shock
Of the wild world as a rock;
But my spirit propt with power,
Make as simple as a flower.
Let the dry heart fill its cup,
Like a poppy looking up;
Let life lightly wear her crown
Like a poppy looking down.
When its heart is filled with dew,
And its life begins anew.
Teach me, Father, how to be
Kind and patient as a tree;
Joyfully the crickets croon
Under shady oak at noon:
Beetle, on his mission bent,
Tarries in that cooling tent.
Let me, also, cheer a spot,
Hidden field or garden grot;
Place where passing souls can rest
On the way, and be their best.
Think of relationship challenges as a chance for others to witness God's love in action. With His help, you can sow seeds of love, joy, and peace that will yield a rich harvest for your own life as well as for the other person.
When we remember who God is and His faithfulness to us in the past, we are encouraged to continue depending on Him in the midst of new challenges.
Dr. David Jeremiah
You may pray for an hour and still not pray. You may meet God for a moment and then be in touch with Him all day.
Everything changes, but God's Word doesn't change, because the truth never changes.
Prayer secret, fervent, believing prayer lies at the root of all personal godliness.