Author: Princess Moon
Aren't the Lord's intentions divine
To seek our attention for big promises in life
For everlasting promised lands we can't see
As He allows a storm so quickly to come
As a rushing river that overwhelms the land-your ground
Overwhelms your happiest moments from just two seconds ago
Shakes the earth of your roses so lovely-your peace
Testing your faith, your strength, your trust
Seeking to have the genuine refined at the end
And those still struggling to learn, taken aback by a bittersweet lesson
How many are still feeling fear, when victory is to be anew?
How many are still falling under pressures in life...
When those "pressures" are pushes towards the next big promise
God's intentions are divine, because they're seeking you
Not just any "you", but the perfection of "you"
The "you" who is meant to live, and live abundantly
You and I...
Our life being but a speck of mist in His eyes
Yet His intentions are divine for this speck we so desperately hang onto
God is a God of greatness in every way
God is a God of goodness in all situations
God is the God of your joy and your foundation
Seek Him diligently and at all costs
And you will see the blessings fall from heaven...
------- Author's Notes -------
I wrote this poem during a calm moment at work. God gave the me the inspiration, I just pursued to have a good ear to His voice and write the words put in my heart. Hope it speaks to someone who reads it here too. God Bless!~Princess Moon
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