WALKING WITH GOD
I traveled down a lonely road,
The way was dark and bitter
There was no one to share my
No loving hand for me to hold.
I stopped inside God's house one
Despair led me to call His name,
And as I knelt to humbly pray,
Into my heart the Savior
So now I walk the shores of
No longer lonely but complete,
For One Whose love is so divine
Doth gently guide my weary feet.
Copyright © 1994 Ruth Gillis
published in the November 1994 issue
of RB's Poets' Viewpoint
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