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The darkness hung so thick and black, I scarcely could believe— My very hand before my face, my eyes could not perceive! I groped and found a candle that was lying by the way. I struck a match and lit it, and the darkness fled away! ‘Twas such a little candle to dispel such heavy gloom! And yet, its tiny flame sent forth its rays throughout the room! And as I watched it burn, a simple prayer arose within: Lord, let me be a candle in a world that’s dark... Read more
Just a crumb from Jesus’ table—just a crumb’s enough for me. If a crumb makes such a sumptuous feast, what must the table be! Just a glimpse of Jesus’ glory—just a glimpse is all I see. If a glimpse so overwhelms my soul, how great His majesty! Just a drop of His compassion—just a drop I comprehend. It will take eternity to know His love that has no end! Just a fraction of His fullness—just a fraction I behold. Yet my joy is... Read more
Just when the ground is driest . . . Comes a full and plenteous rain, Made of many tiny droplets Which revive the earth again. Just when the night is darkest . . . Comes the turning of the sun, And the morning breaks in beauty, Built of rays sent one by one. Just when our faith is smallest . . . Comes a token of God’s care, Adding one more precious memory To confirm that He is there. Just when our hearts are weary . . . Comes a view of things not seen— Just a... Read more
I'm here at last, your newborn child, a gift from God above, The fruit that blossoms forth with joy from two lives joined in love. I have a lot of tiny parts, all meant to give you pleasure, Like shiny eyes and dimpled knees and sweetness without measure. The most important part by far is one you cannot see-- There is a small eternal soul that's deep inside of me. The devil has his traps all laid--he wants my soul to keep; His darts are sharp; his lures are bright; he will not rest or... Read more
It is a common thing for folks to calculate their wealth In fancy cars, in grown-up “toys,” in products for their health, In stocks and bonds, in bank accounts, in lands and property, In grand and spacious homes, expensive clothes, and jewelry. I must confess that few of these fine things to me belong, And when I count my worldly goods, it doesn’t take me long! And yet I feel so wealthy—and I revel in it, too! So if you will allow me, I will count my wealth for... Read more