Friend Indeed

BY: Ruth Williams

WFriendinNeed-PrayerI’m supposed to be good with words,
but my friend is so sick.
She needs me to cheer her up,
to crack wise in my funny accent.
I don’t know what tomorrow will bring.
What I do know is Who will bring tomorrow.
All I can tell her is that there is always hope.
Speak through me as I comfort and encourage her,
and make my words true.  
Be there, where the hurt is.
Let the healing begin from the inside out.
Give her a chance to grow grey hairs,
to qualify for a senior discount,
to reminisce with me.
       
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Michael accepts it as fact that humanity has taken possession of its own intelligence, either for good or for purposes of hindrance. It is after all through the sense of free thinking that our world progresses, or retrogrades. Michael would have humanity exercise this intelligence and freedom with a sense of profound responsibility toward the Universe and toward the heavenly powers. end quote
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