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  • #48036

    Parker Hankins
    @parker

    That’s so beautiful!!!! And so true!!!

    Living in a world of mystery and dangerous predicaments while working with the AWESOME Meraki's.

    #48039

    Dakota
    @dakota

    @parker  Thank you!

    Psalm 119:11
    Your word I have hidden in my heart,
    That I might not sin against You.

    #48041

    Parker Hankins
    @parker

    My pleasure!

    Living in a world of mystery and dangerous predicaments while working with the AWESOME Meraki's.

    #48042

    Evelyn
    @evelyn

    @dakota Aww, that was really sweet.  <3 I love it!

    #48047

    Jenna Terese
    @jenwriter17

    @dakota Lovely! 😀

    "If you want to change the world, pick up your pen and write." -Martin Luther
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    #48050

    Andrew Schmidt
    @andrew

      @dakota, oh, nice! I like it! 🙂

      (ISFP!) Artistic, redheaded, nature-loving, crazy writer. Mine favorite Indiana animal: Red Fox.

      #48088

      @dakota, your first poem is amazing, and your second is so beautiful. Wow! You have talent!
      @jane-maree I just wish I could hear the tune for that. Its really good as a poem, that’s for sure!
      @libby your song is beautiful. Once again, I wish I could hear the tune. I love the ocean, and this song is just…wow.

      I'm Throne Warden of Emberia or Nuetrobolt. I write with my tiny dragon, Vip.

      #48089

      @andrew, thanks for tagging me! I wouldn’t have wanted to miss this thread.

      I'm Throne Warden of Emberia or Nuetrobolt. I write with my tiny dragon, Vip.

      #48090

      Wish I was a poet. Well, I guess you could call me a poet (I’ve written poems, though none any good) but I wish I was a good one.

      I'm Throne Warden of Emberia or Nuetrobolt. I write with my tiny dragon, Vip.

      #48093

      Jane Maree
      @jane-maree

      @dakota Ahhh I loved it!

      The only thing that threw me off was the line “Ev’ry joy and each sorrow of my soul” — it seemed really long in comparison to the others. That said, if put to music it can still work fine, so it’s not necessarily an issue. 😛

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      #48172

      Libby
      @libby

      @dakota This rings so sweet and so true – thanks for posting it! <3

      @nuetrobolt Thanks so much!  You are very encouraging!
      Also, even if you don’t consider yourself a “good” poet, I definitely would love to see something from you sometime, if you wouldn’t mind. 😉

      "Young people, you must pray, for your passions are strong and your wisdom is little."C.H.Spurgeon

      #48649

      EricaWordsmith
      @ericawordsmith

        I love it @dakota!!!

        Tek an ohta! Tek an cala!

        #49373

        Dakota
        @dakota

        @libby   @ericawordsmith  @andrew   @jenwriter17    Thank you! Feel free to share this with anyone you know who could be encouraged by it ( that includes tagging people on here ).

        @jane-maree  Thank you! I’ll take a look at that line . . .

        @nuetrobolt  I’ll keep tagging you! Thanks!

        @evelyn Thank you! 🙂

        • This reply was modified 9 months, 4 weeks ago by  Dakota.

        Psalm 119:11
        Your word I have hidden in my heart,
        That I might not sin against You.

        #49603

        @dakota, ok, thanks.

         

        I'm Throne Warden of Emberia or Nuetrobolt. I write with my tiny dragon, Vip.

        #50366

        Dakota
        @dakota

        @nuetrobolt  @evelyn  @jane-maree   @libby   @ericawordsmith  @andrew   @jenwriter17  @parker @the-fledgling-artist   @serenity @carolyn-matthews  @katthewriter  @jillifish @caleb-e-king

        This one I wrote a couple years ago. I’ve revised it some since then but it is still one of my personal favorites. . . “The Almighty”

         

        (V1) Have you considered the Almighty,

        The King of kings and glory?

        He stirs up oceans with His power.

        With understanding calms seas.

        He binds the waters in thick black clouds

        And makes the darkness His shroud.

        Deep calls to deep at the sound of His majesty.

         

        (Chorus) Let all the earth fear the Lord Jesus,

        The God of glory and power.

        He’s excellent and most glorious.

        The mountains smoke in the hour

        He touches hills. Rainbows clothe His throne.

        God of justice, honor and majesty

        The Almighty.

         

        (V2) He laid the earth into its cornerstone

        And clothed the horse with thunder.

        The eagle flies by His wisdom alone.

        He gave the frost its crown of ice,  

        The ground its carpet of emerald green,

        And skies its clouds for a screen.

        Storms calm to peace at the word of His majesty.

         

        (Repeat chorus)

         

        (Bridge) I see these mighty works of His hand

        And fall on my face.

        Would He want a worm like me to stand

        In the lands of light and glory?

        Yet, the King of nations, Builder of mountains

        Lord of stars and princes, founder of fountains-

        He turns, arms spread wide, and calls me to His majesty.  

         

        (V3) Have you considered the Almighty

        The King of kings and glory?

        He laid down His glory and honor

        And came to die on Calvary.

        Then Jesus rose with grace and sovereignty

        Redeeming souls that were lost like me

        Now we are freed by the mercy of His majesty. 

         

        Let all the earth praise the Lord Jesus,

        The God of mercy and power.

        He’s compassionate and glorious.

        His servants bless His name ever

        And forever. Anthems clothe His praise 

        God of justice, honor and majesty

        The Almighty.

         

        That’s that. Comments, critiques and anything else you want to say is welcome.

         

         

        Psalm 119:11
        Your word I have hidden in my heart,
        That I might not sin against You.

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