Stuart Smeltzer


A True Friend


“A True Friend”
We live our lives trying to be liked or asserted in today world but we should not worry about what the world thinks of or sees in us, There is only one person we should be more open too, That is someone how will be there for us.
“A True Friend”
When we wake each day and start it in a good outlook and a prayer and not think about what we can get out of the day, But what we can put into the day and put all we have into the one who truly loves us unconditionally.
“A True Friend”
When you stop and think about whom our true friends are, the ones who do not judge you for your past and want you are today, then you know you have a true friend, who is that true friend?
“That is Jesus”
By: Stuart W. Smeltzer
4-20-2012
John 15: 13

Submitted: Saturday, December 14, 2013

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This poem is about having Christ as a true friend, When we think we don't have a friend in the world, Christ is that one that will be there with and for us

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