Aric Beers


A Week Of Change


My days were growing dark and pain was very great
Sorrow took a hold and fear was at my gate
I held on just enough to get to my favorite camp
And then the darkness fled and the sight of God's lamp
He took away my pain and freed me from my fear
And now His revival is surely drawing near
The joy we found this week will shine in our lives
Inside our very hearts the Word of God now thrives

Submitted: Saturday, July 27, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013
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This last week has been a week of change. No longer am I burdened by fear, doubt, uncertainty, or pain but instead I feel the joy of the Lord and the knowledge that His call on my life is ready to be brought to light.

Comments about this poem (A Week Of Change by Aric Beers )

  • Rookie Gleb Zavlanov (7/27/2013 2:59:00 PM)

    A very nicely written poem. Keep writing and thanks. I also invite you to read and comment. (Report) Reply

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