Shaila Touchton

Who am I? Poem by Shaila Touchton

I m not Rich but I have a Rich Heart
I Am Not Rich but I'm Happy
I may not be beautiful but I have a warm heart
I don't posses any wealth but my two kids are my wealth
I do not have Masters Degree but I can understand humanity
I am not white but my heart is not dark
I am busy but not too busy to seek God
I don't have my own house but my father in heaven is building a permanent house for me
I am not perfect and I desire to walk in righteousness.
I do not have many friends but God blesses me with caring friends at the time of need.
I am not a saint but I am not a less than them.
I can't impress anyone but I myself inspired by my Beloved husband.
I am weak but I can do all things through Christ Jesus
I make mistakes, but learn from every one.
I am not smart but I know what Love is
I am anxious for nothing but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, I will make my requests be made known to God.
In times of trouble I don't fear but I know God works everything for my good.

Submitted: Friday, November 08, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Topic of this poem: heart

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