Sometimes life is so full of obstacles you start to wonder if God really sees you any more, if He knows you’re still there.  This poem is a reflection of that idea and I offer it to any of you who may go through those moments.  I hope it ministers to you in some way today.

Where Do I Go?

            A poem by Karen

 

Where do I
go

When I don’t know

Just what to
do?

When I’ve
stayed still

Seeking Your
will

Without a
clue?

Where do I
go

When life is
so

Out of
control?

When nothing’s
right

And there’s
no light

To fill my
soul?

Where do I
go

When I’m so
low

That I feel
blind?

When I’m
aware

Life seems
unfair

And so
unkind?

Where do I
go

Each time I’m
slow

To see the
way?

When in my
heart

I’ve done my
part

In faith to
pray?

Where do I
go

When it’s
all no

Without a
yes,

When it’s
not clear

How you
might steer

Me to
success?

Where do I
go?

I go to You,
my life and love,

I go to You,
my Savior dear,

My Lord
above.

I go to You
no matter what,

In life
appears

For only You can see me through

My web of
fears.

I go to You
because you know me

Inside out,

I go to You
because you love me

Without
doubt.

I go to You because
in time

We’ll share
the story

Of all we witnessed in this life

That brought
You glory.

Where do I
go

When I don’t
know

Just what to
do?

I set my
sight

On Your
great light

To see me
through!

I pray for all of us that we keep setting our sights on the One who loves us more than anything.  My love to you today.

 

 

  1. Patsy Cole says:

    Yes, Karen, Your poem is wonderful and such a comfort.
    God was so good to give it to you for “those moments we all have”.

    I love you girl.
    Thanks for sharing your poem.
    I will treasure it and revisit it
    in the years and trying times to come.

    Love, Hugs, and Prayers,
    Patsy

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