Nothing is Mine, All are Thine – A Poem



If I fret about the uncertain future
Watching, worrying as the days go darker
If I start to question Your design
Remind me that nothing is mine, all are Thine

If I try to make sense of the chaos
Bring me on my knees at the feet of the Cross
Incline my heart to abide in the Vine
Remind me that nothing is mine, all are Thine


When I try to control my life out of fear
Help me to let go of those I love so dear
Remind me that hope and peace is mine
For everyone whose faith is in Thee is Thine

If my heart begins to doubt Your goodness
Lead my faith back to Your promises

Refine me until my will to Yours align
Remind me that nothing is mine, all are Thine



If I think I can walk through life with my might
Turn my feet to walk by faith and not by sight
Bring me back to remember Your love divine
Remind me that my life and all in it is Thine

Meditated on this truth these past weeks. Death seems to be clearer than before because of this pandemic. People panic, families worry, but we need to remind ourselves of this truth: life is just a vapor, it appears for awhile then vanishes away. What matters most is your final destination: are you sure that when you die right now, you will go to heaven?

Jesus Christ says He is the way, the truth and the life, no man comes to the Father but by him. John 14:6

Published by littlemisspilgrim

Wife to an amazing husband| Mother of two| Sinner saved by God's Grace

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