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by NORI, Swaziland Aug 30, 2007
Health , Religious Freedom   Poetry


Be still and know that I am God,
that I am God Almighty,
the true God, the God of Life.
Have no other God but me.

Wait on Me (God),
and let Me reveal Myself
unto thee, that thee
may walk through life,
light shining, hearts touched,
the manifestation of God in a child,
His child.

I call you My child
because without me,
your heavenly Father
you are but nothing.
Because I (God) live
you face tomorrow,
tomorrow unknown.
Be of courage then and I
shall strengthen thy heart.

Thy heart, thy soul,
thy body, thy mind.
That which is weak but I have made strong,
that which cannot be but I
have made possible.
What you see only in your mind, in you heart
desires impossible,
accomplishments not reached,
successes not lived,
through (your) faith I have realized.

My child you are weak,
but I am strong, so be still and Know
that I am God,
Be still and let God through
in all you do

You can do all things
because I live
My child, you can do all things
through Christ which strengthens thee.



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Nosipho Dhladhla is from Swaziland. She loves writing, particularly regarding her thoughts, opinions and beliefs. She is inspired by her everyday experiences. Nosipho is passionate about Africa but also very saddened by its bureaucracy. She believes in the good in people, and in the fundamentals, Ubuntu being the essential one.
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