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Insight is a celebration of a much-needed, heaven-sent friendship. This poem is perfect for expressing gratitude for a companion who makes one better and opens avenues of passion and compassion once thought impassable.


Your insight helps open my eyes,
Showing a world I could never surmise.

Push me on, please don’t ever stop,
From out of sin’s pit and straight over the top.

Two will always be better than one,
A tandem can better get the Father’s will done.

To strengthen each other when the flesh becomes frail,
To bring peace and love in times of travail.

God knew that I was a weak-hearted man,
That’s why our friendship was part of His plan.

You lead me down paths I would have never selected,
In our love everyday, I see His image perfected.
It hurts to hold on so let go I must,
a new theme for my life: in Jesus I trust.
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4 Visitor Comments

This is a really great poem. My best friend has faced me in the direction of His light. I am forever greatful.
this is an amazing poem
Loved it! :o) Great job, God Bless~
Its really cool to see a christian poem.

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