Light is sweet; how pleasant to see a new day dawning.
My lover is mine, and I am his.
He browses among the lilies.
Before the dawn breezes blow
and the night shadows flee,
return to me, my love, like a gazelle (Song of Solomon 2:16 – 2:17 NLT)
I had a poem all written for You, on accident I deleted it.
I always seem to screw things up for You, intended to start a work, but never completed it.
Your grace is sufficient enough for me, I breathe one breath at a time.
Your mercy is evident to me, each sunrise makes it mine.
The night causes anxiety, the world laughs at a distance.
You are not far from the chaos, You are aware of every incident.
Like the warmth of the sun melts the snow on the ground, Your love tends to my heart.
The race is won and the victory was Yours from the start.
Jesus help me love myself and get out of my head.
Help me from the second my eyes open and I get out of bed.
Your grace is a lullaby and I will dance as I go,
Help me remember the lyrics and be your radio.
No matter the pain that one night assures,
It is the strength of our Savior that always endures.
I promise to love naturally and to try my very best,
I will remember my teacher is always quiet during the the test.
The sunrise sings of Your mercy and blinds the eyes of the one that doubts.
It proves that every day is chance to change and will bring light to what night tries to shadow out.
My hands can’t reach high enough in praise to You.
My voice could never do justice to the lullaby of You.
I wanna be the moon to reflect the love Your sunrise brings,
I want to be more like You and accomplish greater things!
Each time I see the sun defeat the dark I become a bit stronger as I fight.
Keep singing Your song over me Lord, it’s all that get me through each painful night
“After winter comes the summer. After night comes the dawn. After every storm, there comes clear, open skies.” -Samuel Rutherford
“A dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight, and his punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world.” -Oscar Wilde