The One Who Will Never Forsake You Fights For You!

He Fights For You!

There is a peace, and it’s for real.
A righteousness that only heals.
A fight for you, He fights with zeal!

Pair of Gold Boxing Gloves

Where Love is found the stem of all,
A reconciling from man’s fall.

Where faith and courage are often steeped
In acts of love, soon to be reaped.

There is a gift, and it is shown
Where your heart becomes His home.

He will walk with you and not forsake thee.
But listen now, and don’t be hasty

To put it off, to try and waste the
Life you have, the life He gave thee.

Have you guessed His name?
Can you say it now?
Can you ask Him in
Your heart somehow?

Jesus is Hope’s name, it’s true!
He is the One who battles for you.

Say His name, believe He is.
Look for Him while you still live.

Because on earth,
We only have this moment, see?
To choose a life
That makes us free.

© Kari L. Greenaway

Scripture Reference:
Heb 13:5 Let your conversation be without covetousness; and be content with such things as ye have: for he hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee.

This poem can be found in the book, “He Had You at Belief: A Collection of Christian Poetry”

-Poem last line edited 5/18/2021 and additional copy added to page.

When you think of the word “conversation” or “content” what comes to mind? How about the word “contend” or “covetousness?”

Latin “con” is a form of “with.” My mind wants to say “with tent”, “with tend” and “without greed.” At least as a child of God that is what I see. I also see “never leave,” and “never forsake.” When we have Yeshua, we are to live a life without the love of money, or greed. For He is our tent, He is our Shepherd and He has promised to “NEVER” leave “NOR” forsake us. But the choice to let Him rule in our hearts is one that each of us must make. He is rooting for you to choose Him, to choose Love. To recognize our sinfulness and to come to Him for cleansing. He is for you and His heart is the kindest you will ever know.

(Evangelistic Christian Poetry)

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