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What is life that thou art MINDFUL about!!!

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Life is full of Joys and a Ton of sorrow,

we often worry about tomorrow whether

we’ll be washed in tears and sorrow. Life

is a test we must always hang in there and

try to do our best. Today we are here and

tomorrow we may whither like the grass and

return to the dust, then what’s all the fuss about

this life?



What’s all the commotion about the house, land, money

and car? Can we carry it six feet under?

We don’t know what tomorrow holds but

we know who holds tomorrow. What trials

The LORD will send us we do not know, when will

Life rid us of all these miseries? When will our

Saviour hearken unto the voice of our supplication?



Life is a journey sometimes it’s seems like

It’s a rugged road right through. Only boulders

are, being thrown at you and me. My Heart filled with sorrows

wondering when will the end be ? I long for the

day when this wicked world shall pass away and

with my savior I’ll forever stay.


Written by: Joanna Chandler

Copyright ©2013

Comments

Joanna Chandler (author) from On Planet Earth on April 11, 2014:

Looking away to Jesus

Joanna Chandler (author) from On Planet Earth on May 26, 2013:

Good morning Epi I am replying at 10:44am all the way from Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean, your comment was very breathtaking I must say lol. No am not but will check her out :)

Thanks

epigramman on May 26, 2013:

You are such a lovely writer Joanna and your words here written so naturally and effortlessly just simply took my breath away because it's obvious you just have a pure poetic heart and a creative mind to go with it.

Sending to you my most sincere warmest wishes from Colin and his cats Tiffy and Gabriel at lake erie time ontario canada 10:40am with first cup of coffee and some nice oboe music

Would you happen to be a fan of Nina Simone?

Just a hunch.

kidscrafts from Ottawa, Canada on May 03, 2013:

I think it's a special gift to be able to live on Earth. Some use it well and some not too wisely as they hurt other people.

For me, I try my best to be positive, do my best at what I do, not hurt other people and the time comes to leave this life, I will do my best to be ready.

Joanna Chandler (author) from On Planet Earth on May 03, 2013:

Hi Jackie once we serve our master he'll provide a way for us to escape the wrath that is coming upon this wicked and perverse generation. Have yourself a wonderfulday.

Joanna Chandler (author) from On Planet Earth on May 03, 2013:

Shofarcall may God continue to bless your wonderfulheart i hope to see you in the hereafter by His grace we will be there. Peace be unto you my dear

Joanna Chandler (author) from On Planet Earth on May 03, 2013:

Pleasant good morning to you Frank love your comment and thank you i hope you have a wonderful day by God's grace.

Jackie Lynnley from the beautiful south on May 03, 2013:

Hi, baby girl, that was beautiful. I pray we are spared the horrors coming on this earth. Maybe that shout to come home is not far off. ^

shofarcall on May 03, 2013:

Great poem ....when I am away in my motorhome, with even less earthly concerns than my usual daily life entails - Jesus is ever more present, up close. He should be our focus folks....'and tomorrow we may wither like the grass and return to dust'.....what a powerful and true statement that is from scripture! God Bless you Lady Fiddler.

Faith Reaper from southern USA on May 02, 2013:

Me too, I cannot wait for that glorious day when He returns! Profound poem precious heart.

Really good one! Voted up +++ and sharing

God bless. In His Love, Faith Reaper

Frank Atanacio from Shelton on May 02, 2013:

very good my friend I think people try to get the most out of life.. and when they reach their final destination.. they want even more still... I love how you presented this lady...:)

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