by Pat Severin
Life is full of changes, adjustments we must make As step by step life leads us, but what path should we take? Sometimes it will seem easy to choose the right direction, But there’ll be times when we will need to make a GOD connection. ‘Cause that’s the secret formula, to pray and seek assistance, And if the answer won’t come quick, we must employ persistence. But most of all we have to stop and ask ourselves this question, “If Jesus was beside me here, would I be His reflection?” For He is always by our side, though we can’t see His face. He watches every movement; He fills the smallest space. So when the way seems cloudy, and choices don’t seem clear, Remember, God sees all we do, for He is always near. Take comfort that He’ll guide you and ne’er forget your name, He loves you and He’s saved you; your souls for Heaven claimed!
Pat Severin is a retired Christian school teacher who serves her Lord in many ways. These have included school, church and teen ministries and her current personal ministry of creating cards that include her original poems of encouragement. These she sends out weekly to those going through difficult life struggles.
In addition to her Christian poetry contributions to the Agape Review, she has been published in the Clay Jar Review, Thewayback2ourselves, and Pure in Heart Stories, which feature Christian poetry and stories for children. She has been published in many of the Southern Arizona Press Anthologies, in the book called I Chose You: Imperfectly Perfect Rescue Dogs and their Humans and will be featured in the upcoming book, Chicken Soup for the Soul: Lessons I Learned from My Dog. Pat is a member of SCBWI, the Society of Children’s Book writers and Illustrators.