More Divinely Blessed

As we transition from winter to spring it stirs my heart to see life emerge in both animals and plants. It is surely a picture of Easter and resurrected life. Last week, on a warm spring morning, I saw several small birds flittering around our water fountain to get a drink of water. I was reminded of how well they are taken care of, yet how much more God loves and cares for us.

Hope you enjoy this poem about the new life of spring and how the Lord cherishes us.

Look at the birds of the air, for they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they? Which of you by worrying can add one cubit to his stature?

Matthew 6:26-27 (NKJV)

More Divinely Blessed

Dread of winter cold and wet

Piercing  bones and causing fret

Long drawn days of gray and gloom

Now fade away, and yield to bloom

Signs of life spring all about

Huddling birds at water’s spout

Where fountain bursts so clean and free

Giving life so they may be 

Unimportant as they seem

They’re all of a part of His grand scheme

While some are weak and small in frame

Their life fulfilled reflects His name

He loves the birds and flowers too

Greening grass and all that’s new

Yet we are more divinely blessed

We hold His Spark and so are dressed

For higher realms of grace and life

Where joy and love escape the strife

His love and care to us He holds

And wraps us tight in His spring folds

WGS 4/4/21

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