Our God of Blessings
When we look at our lives,
We see all the time,
The blessings of God,
The blessings sublime.
It’s not that we expect them
Or know that for sure.
It’s those surprises He gives us,
For depression – a cure.
Now as we walk
Along His way,
The blessings on us,
They light up our day.
— Charles B. Mayes
Our God of Blessings © 2014 by Charles B. Mayes. All Rights Reserved.
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Has God ever surprised you with a wonderful blessing you weren’t planning on? Look around. If not recently, think back. He wants to bless His children and it’s all right to ask Him for blessings.
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Other poems are available in a chapbook titled, A New Year Resolution and Other Poems (including The Missionaries) by Charles B. Mayes. It contains 22 poems. The foreword is written by Dr. P.T. Mammen, Senior Pastor of San Bruno (CA) International Christian Center.
” . . . creative energy evidenced through every line . . .” – Dr. P.T. Mammen
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