Come to Me
by Sharon Hammonds
Wednesday, April 30, 2003
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He gave me a place to put my trust, yet sometimes it is hard to find that space
He gave me a shoulder to cry on, yet my tears made it hard to find Him
He gave me understanding, yet I canít make sense of this
He gave me His hands to hold; yet I canít feel His touch
He told me I could tell Him all my fears, yet I canít speak because fear shuts my mouth
He watched me. He cared for me. He told me to pick up the pieces and try again.
He told me His arms were open wide, all I had to do was come.
Come to Me. He said. I care.
Come to Me. My love will strengthen you.
Come to Me. I am here.
Come to Me. I will not reject you.
Come to me.
But look where I am, I told Him
Look at the pain and suffering Iíve caused.
All that matters is that I love you. Come to me. Iíll make it better.
Come to me.
So with my heart convinced, and my thoughts wanting to rest, I come to you, God.
With my tears, hopes, and fears.
I come to you.
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|Reviewed by Debbie Lacy
|Oh how beautiful Sharon! "Come to Me" is what God wants, to bring all of our worries, fears and concerns we should just give it Him! He's an awesome God and will bring you through whatever we're going through! I truly believe in Him. Great write and thanks for sharing such a beautiful poem! Blessing to you lady! :)
|Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
|Beautiful write my friend, for if we come to
God with our whole heart, there is nothing
that we cannot overcome! Enjoyed this much!
|Reviewed by Crystal Page (Reader)
|I love it..it sounds a lot like how I feel sometimes|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|very good write..|
|Reviewed by Jill Eisnaugle
|This is fabulous. You have summed up so well how so many of us feel. Great job!
|Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader)
|Oh this is beautiful...
|Reviewed by Steve Joos
|I think you've said some things that a lot of us feel.|
|Reviewed by ya mama (Reader)
|i enjoyed this poem|