A Prayer of Praise

During the beginning of the  quarantine last year, I set some goals for myself.  One of my goals was to improve my Spanish.  I have been listening to Spanish podcasts every day, regularly reading my Spanish Bible and writing in Spanish too.  This is one of the first poems I wrote in Spanish last year. So far, it’s my favorite.

 
Una Oracion de Alabanza

Te alabo Señor por tu gracia y tus bendiciones,
Yo sé que estás conmigo en todas las situaciones.
 
Eres siempre fiel y nunca me vas a abandonar,
Estas por mi lado, no importa que pasar.
 
Compartes tu sabiduría de tu corazón divino,
Tu palabra y tu verdad iluminan mi camino.
 
Te estoy agradecido por todo lo que has hecho,
Mientras te tenga, mi corazón estará satisfecho.
 
Siempre me bendices con fuerza, alegría y esperanza,
Tú, Señor, eres digno de recibir toda mi alabanza.

About pastorpstephens

I have been blessed to have served as a pastor, a chaplain and to have been involved in other ministries throughout the years. My wife Marta and I have been blessed with a wonderful family that includes our daughter, her husband and their two daughters and our son and his wife and their son. Each of them are very special to us so please keep them all in your prayers. One truth that I always try to share with people I meet is that anything God asks you to do, He will help you to do. God has your back.
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