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A Stroll with God

by Clinton Herring © 2021

Across the field where evergreens yield
and through the trees, to strong wind's breeze,
a joyous hike it t'was.

I saw things only nature brings
with calling sound where mice abound.
All nature is abuzz.

For life is there where scampers the hare,
and leaves do rustle where squirrels tussle,
I walk the path with glee.

With ducks on pond, God's magic 'wand'
gave life to them, His world a gem.
His Word has made them - see!

To stroll with God, upon this sod,
a heart of joy, as songs employ,
the praises of His name!

The Lord my King, His presence I cling,
He fills this heart, with glorious art,
I ponder His great fame!

His fellowship sweet, oh please repeat,
this day of zeal, my faith like steel,
a stroll with Him alone.

I venture a journey, His Word like honey,
dive deep in thought, His teaching I sought,
His Word my anchor stone!

Who am I? Should not I die?
His life a covering, takes all my suffering
I'm marked with Him, a seal.

So heaven I'm bound, with God I'm found,
those streets of gold, with glories they hold.
This truth is more than real!

"My child you're mine; in Christ you're fine."
"Please stroll with me; I've set you free!"
"My love on you through time."

Genesis 5:22b Enoch walked faithfully with God for 300 years...

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