Gary Edward Geraci

You’ve Rode Along

In prayer and in my deepest

reflections, I don’t have to

 

map out the wild waywardness

of this poor, bent, beating heart,

 

a road marked by potholes, dips,

hairpin twists, turns, and hazards.

 

Needing not the turn by turn

toward this torn and tormented

 

self-assessment, You love me;

this journey You’ve rode along.

 

Gary Edward Geraci

Comments3

  • orchidee

    A true write Gary.
    Erm, a spanner in the works now?! I read a little. An author said 'God loves us just as we are' is unbiblical! Not quite sure what the author meant.
    Maybe meaning God does not love the sin in us.
    Also, maybe saying 'God loves me' does not mean we have licence to keep on sinning!
    I might moderate the author to say 'God loves sinners but not sin'.

  • orchidee

    Now look. lol. That will teach me to get too 'deep' (my comment above).
    I should be child-like and sing things such as 'Jesus wants me for a sunbeam!' :)

  • Trenz Pruca

    Yes, I rode along. Thank you.



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