WALKING WITH GOD

I traveled down a lonely road,
The way was dark and bitter cold,
There was no one to share my load,
No loving hand for me to hold.

I stopped inside God's house one day,
Despair led me to call His name,
And as I knelt to humbly pray,
Into my heart the Savior came. 

So now I walk the shores of time,
No longer lonely but complete,
For One Whose love is so divine
Doth gently guide my weary feet.

Copyright 1994 Ruth Gillis

Previously published in the November 1994 issue
of RB's Poets' Viewpoint




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