Stars and Their Names

My eyes scour

Night’s darkest hour

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Seeking His moon

Humming a tune

Nothing but the blood of Jesus

Instead, I spy His millions of stars

Twinkling, holy

Named by Our Ever Only

What can wash away my sin?

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Oh, how I need You, my Lord

One day I shall know their names in your Star Record

For now I pray to be near, so near I lose every ounce of fear

Sometimes in Your presence I know forever

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I whisper Hallelujah

Into Heaven’s ear

I praise Your name, Jesus, in secret …  behind closed doors

And then out for all to hear

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Always through all of my days,

You are my ever-burning Star of Wonder, my only Powerful Savior

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“He determines the number of the stars and calls them each by name.

Great is our Lord and mighty in power” (Psalm 147:4-5).

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Welcome all new followers and those who have been hanging with me awhile now. Just a note, I do not know for certain if we will find out the names of the stars when we meet Him in heaven. I am curious, but we all know what happens to the cat 🙂 So I hope I won’t arrive at the pearly gates with a boat-load of questions. Rather, I sense He uses our earthly questions to keep stirring our wonder and awe.

Join me at 12pm Eastern time for a quick share of how God stirred me this morning. I will go live at https://Facebook.com/jdibble4Him

Have a blessed day, Poetry Friends,

In Christ,

Julie

2 thoughts on “Stars and Their Names

  1. Dear Julie, these are such inspiring thoughts about our God’s beauty in the heavens. I love this line: “For now I pray to be near, so near I lose every ounce of fear.” The God who created it all, calls us near–how wonderful! Thank you for sharing these precious words tonight.

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