Campfire With God 5/6/2020

Like a coal in the fire,
I burn for you,
Flames.
Licking up towards the heavens,
Flames so hot, burning blue.

Your carpenter’s hands,
Feeding the fire the wood,
Flames.
Consuming my whole soul,
Am I as hot as I should?

You have said to be blazing,
And even cold is better than,
Flames…
That keep one just lukewarm,
You are my Master so I can…

Be the bright and shining light,
Contagious to many others,
Flames.
So they may find eternal life,
Catch fire to become my sisters and brothers.

When the seasons change,
And the rains do come,
Flames.
Let not my fervent heat be extinguished,
I do not want to succumb.

Like a coal in the fire,
I burn for You.

Campfire with God.

Published by Jenn Till Lee Copyrighted, all rights reserved.

Writing poems as an outlet for healing. My hope is in Christ

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