If God is on some mountaintopMust I ascend the heights?Do I need endure the heat of the desertOr weather the cold of night?
I'm sure that I will lose close friends,I will mourn the loss of pets;Future fears are also fueledBy past acts we regret.
But if I make an effortTo look for God todayHe leaves the lofty mountaintopsAnd leads me on my way.
God does not reside uponSome distant mountain range;He lives inside each moleculeAlthough that may sound strange.He roams and reigns the Universe,Owns the sky and the wind and the sea,Of course He cares about this SoulAnd live inside of me.
F.Greg WrightWritten 11-29-08/4:55 a.m.Falls Church, Va.
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