LET US ALL PRAISE GOD ! A (6 4 4) Sonnet




My heart is bursting with praise to my GOD

Every fibre of my being ~ sings praise

He showers me with joy of His Blessings

He forgives my sins and He heals my body

He covers me with love ~ restores my soul

He meets all my needs ~ and gives life purpose !


He is a GOD of justice ~ peace and love

He corrects our faults ~ He gives us power

Without GOD I'm weak ~ but with Him I'm strong

He knows and understands human nature !


Rejoice with me all you who love the LORD

Shout His praise each time you feel His presence

Serve Him in His Church and the Market Place

Lift your voice in praise to Him NOW ~ AMEN !


Thanks for visiting ~ comments welcome ~ Love BRIAN


Blank verse (6 4 4) Sonnet in iambic pentameter.

The MESSAGE in this Sonnet is influenced by PSALM 103.


  • orchidee

    A fine write. Echoes of Psalm 103 in it!


      Well spotted my Friend ~ all my Sunday Sonnets are based on a specific Psalm or snippets from several Psalms. I will draw attention to that ~ OK ~ BRIAN

      • orchidee

        Heehee! I suppose we don't HAVE to quote the source in this case. But with copyright, we have to ask the author - in this case, the Author of life! Sure He will say 'OK'!

      • Christina S

        A very good Sunday write to praise God! Great tribute to Psalm 103! Happy Sunday! Hugs-Christina

        • BRIANSODES

          THANKS CHRIS ~ Hope you like your picture ~ Praising the LORD ! Thanks for your comment ~ much appreciated ~ SUNDAY HUGS ~ BRIAN

        • Goldfinch60

          Good Faith ridden write.

          • BRIANSODES

            Thanks GF ~ The GOOD BOOK encourages us all to share our Faith ~ Let the REDEEMED of the LORD declare their SALVATION ~ Those who have been redeemed from the clutches of SATAN ~ AMEN ~ Your Friend BRIAN.

            • Goldfinch60

              Hi Brian, the poem I have put up today shows my doubts. I used to be a Chaplain as well and spread the Faith to others but now my belief is being questioned by me.

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