It has been awhile since I worked with the online Magnetic Poetry Kit. I became inspired when I read Kat Myrman’s poem today. You might want to check out her blog as she writes a variety of poetry and more. Today I was thinking about waiting for the light. Click To Tweet
Waiting for Dawn
Brown bough wet with rain
Wind rustles through the forest
I walk beneath cover of night
Green grass thick and moist
an ancient pathway for my wanderings
I watch for the light to shine
Full on this beautiful world
Quietly listening as bird songs
Breathe fresh sweet harmony
Into our nature sanctuary
Sometimes I have trouble finding the right words for a poem. This afternoon it came together with only a little bit of a challenge. It is a fun exercise. If you have never done it I would highly recommend giving it a try. You might surprise yourself with what you create. Click To Tweet
I thought the following scripture fit in well with my poem, as it refers to our waiting for the return of Christ in all his glory. This is our sure hope.
We couldn’t be more sure of what we saw and heard—God’s glory, God’s voice. The prophetic Word was confirmed to us. You’ll do well to keep focusing on it.
It’s the one light you have in a dark time as you wait for daybreak and the rising of the Morning Star in your hearts.
The main thing to keep in mind here is that no prophecy of Scripture is a matter of private opinion.
And why? Because it’s not something concocted in the human heart. Prophecy resulted when the Holy Spirit prompted men and women to speak God’s Word.