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Rejuvenated all the more to do utmost best midst constant revival
Earnestly, I’m resolved to fulfill God’s will along values eternal
Steadfast through Christ’s strength, I’ll abide in His compassion’s security
Optimizing, over frailties, offered reaching-out opportunity
Love, grace, and mercy with others I’ll share liberally
Vanquishing selfishness dominance by the Saviour’s care verily
Empowered with the Holy Ghost, my spirit yields to His eabling
Dutiful despite disabilities for prayerful supplication detailing.
Toward triumphant thankfulness, though at times, turbulent
Onward, I pursue by the Omnipotent as an overcomer, spiritually opulent.
Driven to become productively diligent of faith’s direction
O bedient, I trust my Master Who overtakes me by His divine operation.
Blessings the Almighty pours by His grace bestowment
Every day I’ll use along goodness endowment
Sufficed with His bounty, surely satisfying
Thankful, my heart exalts His name … of His greatness testifying.
*Colossians 4:17 …Take heed to the ministry which thou hast received in the Lord, that thou fulfil it.
January 21, 2020
(“Double Acrostic” with couplet form)
3rd place, "STRAND SELECT R,any form ,any theme" Poetry Contest
Sponsored by Brian Strand; judged on 2/17/2020.
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