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Q42: Poetry prayers by "youth" ..

The Author wants to encourage readers who begin as "babes" in Jesus, to be encouraged.

The writings of Prose and Poetry prayers volume 2 of 5, compiled in 1978, over 40 years ago.

(65) Someone has played B flat,

What's the difference I ask, to A sharp?

The difference likes within the context of other sounded notes, when we hear them we follow harmony along certain lines. This assumes the heavenly music in a restored heaven follows the same rules mankind invented for music during the 17th century.

It reminds the Author when we do missing.. Are we flat or sharp with GOD, do we make excuses for our relationship that falls short of musical melody. What sounds do we hear, determines the sounds we make. Sharp or flat, each sound is heard as you are trained to hear them.

So do not find fault in others. Yeah I walk through a steep valley, shadows of death flow all around me, I have no fear, no evil see, Your branch and staff, comfort me.

Try making your poetry prayer promises into songs. They are easier to remember if we sing to them. Perhaps this is why Satan has rock music poetry prayer singing in many poeple's ears. Such music floods out the still small voice of God via our conscience and we are really left alone in silence. This is not how things should be.

Our Father in heaven, thank you for musical melodies, for the still small voice of the Holy Spirit in our conscience, for the happiness of birds singing praise in the air, for You do care. Teach us to hear your sounds, and hear no evil in others. Amen

(68) I love you as you are,

And what you'll so be,

For as you look thus far,

Your beautiful to Me.

Did this youth quote Scripture as support? Hard to say. We read our Bibles and the influence sinks into our mind. And as we write the Holy Spirit impresses the mind to write things. These words are encouraging, the Author chooses to publish this poetry prayer for readers.

The writings of Prose and Poetry prayers volume 3 of 5, compiled in 1978, over 40 years ago.

(94) Sweet mellow sounds,

Telescoping impressions,

Condensed thoughts,

I have found peace,

In my heart there are

Questions unanswered,

Questions answered;

But let not failure

To grasp answers

Frighten you,

For with faith,

A placcid atmosphere prevails,

Always in our hearts,

And so what to questions,

Leave a few things for tomorrow,

Take each event as it comes,

Keep others in a calm environment,

And thus doing this,

Be like a falling waterfall.

Is it not,

Always peaceful?

And yet when a stone or a

Troubled tumbling twig,

Falls over the fall,

Is it not,

Still always peaceful?

Be then a reservoir,

For peace,

Flows all around you,

In a serene atmosphere,

Be as a waterfall,

It is noisey,

Yet peaceful,

It is always flowing,

And yet like you,

A cascading beauty. Amen

Did this youth quote Scripture as support?

Mt 6:34 Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof. (KJV)

Pr 18:4 The words of a man's mouth are as deep waters, and the wellspring of wisdom as a flowing brook.(KJV)

The youth was supporting Scripture, yet did not know He had to to make "fruits unto salvation", even as a "babe", we can experience Jesus, without knowing all the deep things about the process. Notice the river of living is an agency flow channelled by the Holy Spirit personified as wisdom, and carrying the words of Jesus and the Father.

(104) Can people hear words,

Without sarcasm aimed at them?

Forgive ugly words said in haste,

Listen for pure sounds,

Let us feel with feeling,

Reach for the true substance in people.

The Author has cut this prayer poem down alot to save space. Like the true story in the Movie "Patch Adams" we need to see beyond the prickles in others, and value the potential of the flowers from a personified rose.

The writings of Prose and Poetry prayers volume 4 of 5, compiled in 1978, over 40 years ago.

(120)

I have discovered a tomato

with a white maggot inside it,

My Mum assured me,

After cutting the bad away,

That the remainder of the tomato

Was very good to eat.

Consider human character:

We may be stained by our sin,

But if God cuts away the bad,

The rest of our character,

Is still very good.

Is the youth was supporting Scripture?

Isa 1:25 And I will turn my hand upon thee, and purely purge away thy dross, and take away all thy tin:

Even a young lad experiencing salvation, can grow completely in Jesus, without knowing all the details and processes of Jesus growing in you. For even a child understands. Nothing is difficult to fathom.

The writings of Prose and Poetry prayers volume 5 of 5, compiled in 1978, over 40 years ago.

(139)

Love your child conditionally,

And he will love you conditionally,

Love your child unconditionally,

And he will love you,

Despite your faults.

Is this talking about us as heavenly parents?

(144)

I choose not to see the mess,

But those things that truly bless.

Isa 42:18 Hear, ye deaf; and look, ye blind, that ye may see.

Look beyond what you see, ye blind.

(150) A Mother

More than any other,

Knows how to love you,

You are her body,

And flesh of her flesh,

Fed on her milk,

Caressed by her love,

More than any other,

Is love from your mother.

Do we see sweet child like writing, that is a poetry simile of a deeper meaning?

(156) There were tears in heaven

That a disease had went around,

That even God could not stop.

It nearly destroyed His Son,

And left scars on Him for life.

Is the youth supporting Scripture?

Zec 13:6 And one shall say unto him, What are these wounds in thine hands? Then he shall answer, Those with which I was wounded in the house of my friends.

Sometimes "babes" write prophetic words, inspired of GOD, that they do not know, in their child like state of faith:

(164) One day a mother will age

But she will not grow old,

Her life is like a page,

From which her love is told,

Records of seeds sown,

Patterns of children grown,

Places where she has failed,

Times when grace triumphed.

She scattered his seed,

And many have grown,

Some on rocky soil,

Only to pass away from turmoil,

Some on weedy ground,

Choked by pleasant sound.

And some fell into good soil,

Where fruit did toil.

But a Mother did her best,

Now time has come for her to rest,

Her children carry on her work,

A mother's work is never done,

Till God doth take her from the sun,

One day, a mother will die,

Surely I will cry,

For my life's force just died.

No one knows her mother,

Than her children,

No one knows a fruit,

Than those who formed it.

Through her you were blessed,

Now has come time to rest. Amen

There is a poetry simile here with earthly mothers and the Holy Spirit who functions as a mother agency, who one day whose function will cease, and we will experience only the Shadday.

(170) God promises a way out,

When faced with difficulties and problems,

Watch an pray that ye,

Enter not into temptation.

Ask "what would Jesus do"?

Yield your will to Jesus every morning.

Occupy yourself with doing, as Jesus did,

Unite with other Christians in prayer,

Take time to read the Bible every day.

Notice these child like salvational steps to Jesus. One is judged only by the light we have. Even a child is known by their doings.

Pr 20:11 Even a child is known by his doings, whether his work be pure, and whether it be right. (KJV)

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