Life from Grace

Let's walk together for a while down this long road.


September 2013

The Journey Home

The Journey Home

I followed your path

until its end

and still you I did not find.

Even the moon

offered its company

and still you I did not find.

But I traveled off the beaten path,

in the dark and all alone,

and there I found you waiting

with open arms to welcome me home.


To Go the Extra Mile

To Go the Extra Mile

Faster, quicker, longer,

I ran.

I ran to fight the weakness, the fear, the pain.

The further I went, the better it felt.

The weakness, the fear, the pain,

They left.

In entered strength, clarity, and freedom.

Strength to take those extra steps,

Clarity to see that life was okay,

Freedom to let go of the worries that were never mine.

The Beacon

The Beacon

Look, don’t you see?

Like a beacon of hope

in a stormy sea

It stands.

Listen, don’t you hear?

Like the voices of a thousand people

Crying out in bitter agony,

It weeps.

Touch, don’t you feel?

Like a river

Flooding over the freshly planted seed,

It flows.

I see, I hear, I feel,

I rejoice.

The beacon it beckons me,

Singing to me of freedom,

Of water for this empty well,

Of healing for these broken bones,

Of hope for this weary soul.

p.s. I know this isn’t my normal blog type post, but it’s been a while, and I just felt this inspiration suddenly to write this, so I hope you enjoyed!

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