Reveal heaven’s mysteries;
Must have faith to see.
One night I gazed into the darkened sky and saw the fullest moon shining so bright.
It was God’s lesser light you may see to rule at night over land and sea.
It was his night light which he purposed to be glowing brightly as I quietly sleep.
For God’s silent presence fills the night air to comfort me and chase away my fears.
God’s night light shimmers in the blackened sky to fend off evilness lurking in the still night.
He has promised to faithfully stay nearby to keep me safe until the dawn of morning light.
It is his night light you must see glowing ever brightly for you and me.
God keeps all his promises you should know so we would believe and never let go.
Yes it is God’s night light in the sky to brighten up the deepest, darkest night.
He turns on his night light just for you and me so we may clearly see and firmly believe.
He keeps his night light on in that darkened sky while keeping watch through the night.
So we may gently and peacefully sleep as God’s night light quietly shines over land and sea.
....................Life, Lemons, and Living on a Boat.................... Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone. ~ Colossians 4:6
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I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. Gal. 2:20
thoughts from my mind to yours
A little bit of this and that
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the joy of creativity
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Christian poetry and prose, quotes, and thoughts - if they glorify God they were worth writing; if they mean something to one other person, they were worth sharing. Comments always welcome!
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