Amazing God

We seek new heights
And continue the climb.
The impossible becomes possible
One day at a time.

Our great faith
Makes all things workable
With our Creator
Who is always so personal.

We intercede for others;
He listens to our prayers;
As we lift up concerns;
As we lift up our cares.

All things are possible
For the Creator of everything.
There is always hope
In what He may bring.

God pulls us through
And everything is okay.
As faith gained on Sunday
Helps us on Monday.

When God is in the driver’s seat
And we are doing what we should,
The path is made clear,
The mission understood.

From the highest peaks
To the lowest valleys,
He is with us
Providing our rallies.

He is unchangeable
But brings us new things
And a new beautiful day
To hear the birds sing.

By Mark Shields – © 06-18-2015
Inspired by Study of Genesis 18
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7 Responses to Amazing God

  1. Mark, May I read your poem at my men’s prayer group? It is very inspiring and will help bring our minds in tune for prayer. God Bless!

  2. Mark Shields says:

    Reblogged this on This Day With God and commented:

    We learn a lesson of how nothing is impossible with God by reading His Word. Reading in Genesis 18, Sarah was up in age but would have a child. There is always hope when God is in the driver’s seat and we are doing what is right.

    I enjoy writing inspirational poems and my hope is that this one will set the tone for a blessed day. With poetry, thoughts can be narrowed down with just a few written lines and this aids in transferring inspiration from the mind to the heart so they are applied in our actions.

  3. atulkgandhi says:

    Reblogged this on atulkgandhi and commented:

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