Come to Me

statue of Christ the Redeemer, image by Andreluiz Cunha, on Pixabay

Come to Me Come as you are

Ego behind you I look Upon the heart Gaze on Me I made each flower In the Book It is written of Me I do this for you I give My life That you May have peace I stand at your door And knock My hands were pierced For you The Master came to serve In humility Listen to My Still small voice I shed my Blood As an offering The bowl of My body Broken My perfection Will suffice Everlasting is my love And my devotion I prepare a table for you Ask you simply to believe I have poured My heart for you

Scripture references:

Matthew 11:28-29, 1 Samuel 16:7, Hebrews 10:7,

Revelation 3:20, John 10:18, Mark 10:45, 1 Kings 19:13,

Luke 22:19-20, Jeremiah 31:3, Psalm 23:5

(This poem is a response to a poem written by a friend of mine

about the Japanese tea ceremony.)

39 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Also Featured On

Indiana Voice Journal

This site is free for all to use and enjoy. Donations are appreciated and will be used to maintain the site.

© 2o16 Spirit Fire Review.  All Rights Reserved.