Slowly, Slowly

SUMMER SPECIAL! Posts from June through August feature selected poems from my e-book Be Still: Christian Poems of Peace for Stressed-Out Hearts.

Slowly, slowly, we are growing
Under God’s all-knowing care;
Though we may see little progress,
Yet His work is always there.

Slowly, slowly, God is working
As He shapes each heart and soul;
Let us not become impatient;
In His time He makes us whole.

Slowly, slowly, we are moving
Toward the Land of joy and rest;
When we enter, we will clearly
Know God’s speed is always best.

Be Still

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  1. You are up early! 2:15am! Praying for you today.

    • Actually, it was the WordPress network that was up early; I like to do my posts the day before and set them to go up first thing in the morning.

  2. jo swank

     /  June 6, 2014

    I love this, Kathy!  Thanks for sharing.  : ) Wasn’t Jesus Calling amazing today in light of our recent conversations? Hope you rest well tonight.   Peace, Jo


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