GOOD MORNING, LORD!

Jesus is all in all to me!

I want no better friend.

I am just 92 and he wants

To lead me until the end!

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Whenever that comes, though impatient,

Do not aim to hasten the finish!

Which surely will be the beginning,

Eternity undiminished!

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My Heavenly home!  Of course, it is there

Waiting since Jesus died

And rose again decidedly!

Determining the ride.

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But, of course, ever since ol’ Adam and Eve,

In Paradise awaiting,

Along with Saints ever since then!

Without reiterating…

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For some unknown reason I am still around

Suppose it is my, like, poetry?

Seems to be appreciated

Sure, it certainly helps me!  (*)

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Keeps my spirit and mind occupied,

You know, something to do!

And to defeat Satan’s, like, wiles to

Cause to be untrue!

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Of course, there is something for everyone

Near senility

You have heard of Praying Hyde, of course,

And would you please pray for me!

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We all do need prayer often times!

All know prayer changes things,

Prayer, also, changes people!

Expect the change your prayer brings!

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Impatience is my hang-up mostly

Try living a prayerful life.

“Pray without ceasing,” scripturally

Keeps one from sinful strife!

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Expect answers!  Eliminate form

Has He ever answered mine?

God has been and always is young,

No need to pray, line on line–

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Precept on precept, sure, fall asleep!

Maybe wake up still bored,

Find yourself in heaven on wake up

Then “WOW!  Good Morning, Lord!”

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(*) Keeps me happily occupied

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S. H. Cox  11.17.10