Thy Will

Through human will I oft have lost the way;Have fallen in the dark and wept the while.How many times I've trod the weary mile,Blinded by tears that blotted out the day!Because of human will, when self held sway,I failed to see how fear sought to beguileMe into days when I forgot to smile—Long days, so hopeless that I could not pray.

But, Father, I have learned Thy will to do.I pray that I may be more sensitiveTo good, seeing that only Truth is true.Help me to understand, each wrong forgive.For kindness shown let me help someone too.Not my own will, but Thine—thus may I live!

NEXT IN THIS ISSUE
Article
Signs of the Times
June 11, 1932
Contents

We'd love to hear from you!

Easily submit your testimonies, articles, and poems online.

Submit