Pray, Pray, Pray

Never cease to pray
For situations of the day
Depend upon the Lord
Seek His holy face
And when you’re feeling tired…
If anxious thoughts creep in
Pray again my friend
He’s with you till the end
No matter what is happening
or just how long it takes
God’s answer sure in time unfolds
You just need to be still
Know that He is there
Seek His comfort in the fact
You’re all the while in a safe, safe place
He’s with you where you’re at
He is the strength you need
In Him there’s power, for the way
He’s the answer to your prayers
When you
Pray pray pray

Come a Time

Come a time; it will be over
In the twinkling of an eye
He’ll meet us in the clouds of glory
Our feet will leave here, come a time

We share in Christ’s long suffering
Where He saves, we walk new sod
Fan the flame, His power, love strong
Mercy’s graces, gift of God

Come a time; it will be over
In the twinkling of an eye
He’ll meet us in the clouds of glory
Our feet will leave here; we will fly

Not for the faint of heart, in learning
Holy Spirit, strength of dawn
By His word, we reap His victory
Faiths opposition, long since gone

Come a time; it will be over
In the twinkling of an eye
He’ll meet us in the clouds of glory
Our feet will leave here, come a time

Kelly S Griswold

Light of the World

John 8:12 “Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.”

Sittin up tonight. The Christmas tree lit with brightly beaming light, shining through the Chandelier overhead. Winding down, my heart is reminded of the star that shone over the baby Jesus. Jesus who is the light of the world. He shines His light of love into our hearts everyday. Be loved my friend and rest well tonight

Turning Seasons

The seasons revolution
Earths axis tipping Up
Gods’ Sun rays lower trajectory
Shadows block the sun

Twinkling at supersonic speed
Filtering the lens
My eyes of blue, a babbling brook
Clear glass said the wren

Do be very cautious now
Said the bird upon the steed
Keep your eyes straight on the path
The long steep meadow treed

Have a great day friend
Keep warm! k


Love you Ma.
Miss you . . .

Remembering your favorite Bible verse …
And remembering your steadfast love,
that forever wraps around my heart.

“Delight thyself also in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart” Psalms 37:4

Having Nothing, Having Jesus, I Have Everything

For what shall we have if we gain the whole world, but be losing our own soul… Dearest, we would have nothing. You see the way I see things; If I have everything and have not Jesus … I have nothing; and if I have nothing, but having Jesus; I have everything …
You are so loved k

My Beautiful Family

On His gentle wings we soar
His Mercy brings the morning
All our hearts to Jesus sing
Gratefully rejoicing k

Thank you Lord for my beautiful family….
I love them so much
My only prayer is that they are all
Happy, Healthy and Safe
In your precious love
With the warmth of Your touch
They are always protected by You
As they fly to their Dreams
In their wonderful life
That You have uniquely designed for them
Thank You for being their strength
They are so very beautiful
Each in their own special way
Thank You always Lord Jesus,

Misty Mornin

In the cool of the Misty Mornin
In the distance I did see
The Beauty of the Lords creation
Stepping on so daintily
Through the clouds, the merriment
Seems to Jump from tree to tree
With each new step the sunshine
Like a loyal friend, moves with me
And for a tad, I rest
Before a new leg of the trek
I look up to Him to see
My God, my Savior, Glory be
My rest upon the back of Thee
His love carries me through to eternity
In Him, I am whole and happy
With Him I’m Riding forever free

Kelly S Griswold

Updates for June 2013

There have been many entries in the blog, poetry and photo sections.
We pray the God of Heaven will bless you. Let us know what you think by your comments. We would love to hear from you.

Update July 19,2011

Added a blog “Optimism Isn’t Dead, Move Evil aside with the Stone” by Daniel Griswold