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Lord Please Make My Life Count… #Poem #HeartCry

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1Cor 15:8 (GW) Last of all he appeared also to me—even though I am like someone whose birth was abnormal.

Lord,
Please Make My Life Count
By virtue of my walk
With YOU!

Please teach me
That …

Every tear down my cheeks
With every heart break
And every silent giggle
When I can’t contain my joy…

Every pain I feel
With every fall
And every shout of triumph
When YOU win my battles…

Each of my struggles
In every dark moment
And every comfort that comes
When I hear YOU in the tunnel…

Every shaky doubtful step
And every bold act of faith…

Every story idea
That forms in my head
And every stroke of my pen
Even when the words fail…

The very hairs of my head
And every detail of my life…

Are all very significant
To YOU!

For You are making me fit
For Your script
And writing of my life
A story
That will yet give-

Comfort, Courage
Direction,  Instruction,
Hope and Inspiration
To someone…

And men will yet seek
My paths to follow
Because I walk every moment
Of life
With YOU!

Funmi Adebayo

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2 comments on “Lord Please Make My Life Count… #Poem #HeartCry

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  2. Funmi Adebayo
    August 28, 2017

    Reblogged this on Funmi Adebayo's Blog and commented:

    It’s my birthday again, and all I ask is, Lord, Please Make My Life Count…

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