by Jason Kirk Bartley
As we go about our day, God walks with us along the way. We're a tremendous epistle by what we do or say. Though the time is dark, the way can be so dim, We're created to give all of the glory back to Him. There are people watching and silent battles are being fought, as a homeless man struggles, or a thief is being caught. We try not to judge, but often we fall short, when a hurting person hurts us, and we struggle with problems of every sort. The addict with track marks wants his next fix, so he begs and steals from his buddies, everyone may hate, but it doesn't stop bill collectors on a rampage like wolves, or an angry landlord evicting when the addicts rent comes in late. So many critics, without a solution in the crowd, voice their opinions and they are rather loud, while Jesus is working on the heart of each one, His grace and mercy in full supply, already done. He just seeks an answer as He knocks on each heart's door. Will you answer and make me your Lord? If you believe an abundant life is waiting, It is in the making, His grace is free and for the taking, be patient, His work will not go in vain, allow Jesus to be your Savior, allow His grace to reign.
Jason Kirk Bartley is a Christian poet. He is from Chillicothe, Ohio. He is 47 years old and married to Nila, his forever love. He has a Master’s degree in Ministry from Ohio Christian University.