Learning To Trust

In transition from general gratitude and more toward Christmas now and holiday feelings… the last poem of gratitude #30:

Temple Beth Shalom of Hikari - Star of David

Learning To Trust
by Michael Romani

One cold, silent night
An angel appeared
Filling the room with light
A messenger from the God she revered

Telling her, she was blessed with child
And she smiled her mercy mild
It was a holy moment of serenity
As she surrendered to Divinity

There in the things seeming ordinary
Were the stirrings of the extraordinary
Just a little patience needed
In the encircling grind to be heeded

Though at times there seems no way out
And our worrisome heads are filled with doubt
We find we're never small enough to hide
From the Lord we must trust and in whom we confide

(c) November 30, 2019  Michael Romani
All Rights Reserved

Steelwood Forest - Bethelham Manger




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