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You caught me in a hypnotic moment, and I felt
Like a slave dragging my shackles and was forced
To a unknown place...

I became drugged with Your ever present
And began to go into a trance...

It is at that hour when my heart was
Purified by the brightness of the Lord
Illuminated by the torch of His love...

This hour, is the hour of comtemplation
The hour of meditation, the hour of prayer

The hour of my treasures laid up in Heaven
As a prime Jewel...


The Hour Has Come...

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"If we will seek the counsel of the One who keeps us, and not of our own understanding; Then we would accomplish much, much more" - ~Jeannie Simpson~






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The following comments are for "The Hour Has Come"
by JEANNIE45

Jeannie
Another great piece of "religious" writing. Two great ones in one day. I feel deeply honored and touched. I especially liked the last two lines which really struck me. Thank you so much!

"The hour of my treasures laid up in Heaven
As a prime Jewel...


The Hour Has Come..."

( Posted by: Odysseus [Member] On: October 20, 2004 )

I see
The ever present Holy Spirit in this one...good work...Never stop praising the Lord

( Posted by: Nitz Kitty [Member] On: October 21, 2004 )

explicitly done
I think you have a nice work,but have more than you have done.You are great,Jeannie.
Princeo

( Posted by: princeo [Member] On: October 23, 2004 )





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