In Heavenly Love Abiding

Flower meadow, trees, and view of the Alps

In heavenly love abiding,
no change my heart shall fear;
and safe is such confiding,
for nothing changes here:
the storm may roar without me,
my heart may low be laid;
but God is round about me,
and can I be dismayed?

Wherever he may guide me,
no want shall turn me back;
my Shepherd is beside me,
and nothing can I lack:
his wisdom ever waketh,
his sight is never dim,
he knows the way he taketh,
and I will walk with him.

Green pastures are before me,
which yet I have not seen;
bright skies will soon be o'er me,
where darkest clouds have been;
my hope I cannot measure,
my path to life is free;
my Saviour has my treasure,
and he will walk with me.


There's always a place where we can hide from the troubles of the world. Looking inside of heart we can find beautiful green pastures, clean fast rivers and the sky, so blue as in the sunny day.
© Katia Marynowska

٭ Poem by Anna Letitia Waring, 1850.

# Painting "Flower meadow, trees, and view of the Alps" by Willy Zirges, 1930; PD.

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