Open Arms by Thomas Kutz

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Open Arms by Thomas Kutz

Status: Finished

Open Arms by Thomas Kutz

Poem by: thomaskutz

Genre: Religion and Spirituality

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Poem by: thomaskutz

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Genre: Religion and Spirituality

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Summary

"Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest."
- Matthew 11:28

Summary

"Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest."
- Matthew 11:28

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Submitted: February 08, 2013

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Submitted: February 08, 2013

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Open Arms

 

The clock ticks but time stands still.

As this deep thought ponders God’s perfect will.

Thinking not for a moment too long

Of what is right and what is wrong.

 

God has blessed every painful night.

Promising that soon you will see the light.

Knowing that no matter how dark this place

There’s nothing better than his endless grace.


Sit for hours and do not be alarmed

For wrapped around you are Jesus’ arms.

Rest in a night that’s always calm.

For you are held in the Father’s palm.

 

He’s here to tell you that he knows your sorrow

And all of it is meant to help you tomorrow.

So relax and don’t worry about today

And let His everlasting love sweep you away.

 

 


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