We Could Have it All

We could have it all
If we’d let it go

What we keep
We lose
What we give away
We keep

The one that holds
Too tightly
To his rights
God rules

Who withholds
More than is right
Poverty invites

The Father in Heaven
Withheld nothing from us
Not even His Beloved Son

If you hear His voice
Don’t harden your heart
The Father loves the Son
And Jesus said to all of us
I and the Father are one

By Carol Ann Hoel © August 14, 2010

About Carol Ann Ritchey

Life is good because God is good.
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12 Responses to We Could Have it All

  1. buttercup600 says:

    This is such a true and powerful poem….and so very inspiring. Your light shines bright as always my friend. Thanks for sharing xxx


  2. Souldose says:

    Finding your blog made my day, i will bookmark and read more older posts.. You write beautifully


  3. Thank you for stopping by and for your kind words. I will visit your blog. Have a good day.


  4. planejaner says:

    so so true…hold every thing you treasure in an open palm…then, there is no hiding what you love…letting the Light shine on it…knowing it is God’s in the first place…


  5. lovemeanyway says:

    Beautiful poem. In heaven, the last here on earth will be the first and the one with the least will have the most. The greatest will be the one who was the servant to the most.


  6. Thank you for stopping by and I appreciate your comment. Blessings to you and yours.


  7. Douja says:

    This is breath taking. You seem to be so beautifully spiritual


  8. trisha says:

    you are so very right. your thoughts are very beautiful and true.


  9. Thank you for your visit and your comment. I will be stopping by your blog today.


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