In All Consideration

“Blessed is he who considers the poor. . .”  Psalms 41:1

Consider means:  1.) to think about in order to understand or decide  2.)  to have in mind  3.)  to have regard for  4.)  to believe to be.   (Webster’s New World Dictionary)

Lord, please help me to understand people’s poverty and move my heart and life on their behalf.  And here’s a simple poem . . .


So many wonderful
things to consider                                                                          images

to ponder
and debate

but, Lord, let my heart
regard the poor

please show me how
to undertake.

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Comfort and Strength

“I also could speak as you do,
your soul were in my soul’s place.
I could heap up words against you,
and shake my head at you;
But I would strengthen you with my mouth
And the comfort of my lips would relieve your grief.”  Job 16:4-5

Mother Theresa said, “Words which do not give the light of Christ increase the darkness.”

Lord, we thank You for Your Word to us, which is Life.  And here’s a simple poem . . .

Grief Relief

source –

Words get heaped upon us
more and more it seems
clouding our thoughts, stifling our hope
smothering our dreams.

But Your Word gives life
and that abundantly
comforting, correcting
You heal and set us free.

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