I am your child

When I am afraid, You say I am your child

Come, My child

Sit with Me

Eat at My table

Live in Me

Whether I am forty, seventy or a hundred years old

I am still Your child

I can come to You and sit with You

I can eat at Your table

I don’t have to worry about what I will eat, wear or where I will live

In You, is abundance

I will eat my fill

The earth is filled with Your possessions

They say access is everything, possessing is nothing

Through Christ I have access, to riches so great

I am Your child

You take care of things concerning me

You are in control

You are my Father

You are a good Father

I find peace in You alone

My Father, the creator of heaven and earth

I am Your child

©2017 Catherine Maina

18 Comments Add yours

  1. A gorgeous poem. We should always keep the child in us.

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  2. Beautiful poetry! Blessings! 🙂

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  3. Ohhh thank you! Blessings :))


  4. davidkitz says:

    This morning I was thinking about the access we have to heaven’s resources. The greatest resources is Jesus!

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  5. Amen, I was worried about somethings recently and His response to me was, “you are My child.” I felt such peace, wow wonderful God, our God.

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  6. 😁 You’re very welcome and God bless you too 😎

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  7. Thank you for sharing such Beautiful Words of Assurance in our God of Love, our Awesome Abba Father, who calls us His precious ones and Sings over us.

    Christian Love Always – Anne.


  8. Thank you so much for your kind words. God bless you and may you continue to be aware of God’s embrace and may you receive His love. His love is better than life.😃


  9. Amen,our God is a good good Father.


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