Dawn's Awakening

April 5, 2012

Imagine

Filed under: Poetry,Writing — Dawn Huffaker @ 10:21 pm
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Easter Morning

Imagine


With eyes closed,

Imagine the following:

It is the first day of your life-

Never been sad,

Never been mad,

Never been hurt;

No shame,

No guilt,

No regret;

Free to be happy,

Free to be content,

Free to be inquisitive.


The blood of Christ

Has taken away all sins and regrets.

This is your new life, so:

Release the past,

Release the pain,

Release the people;

Open your mind,

Open your heart,

Open your spirit;

Live in the Now,

Live in the Oneness,

Live in the Kingdom.


Believe in the gift of freedom

That Jesus gave us on the cross.

Believe in the love that created us-

Unconditional and limitless.

Believe in the life that God’s grace

Has freed us to experience.

Be this help to those who are seeking God.

Be this love with those in your life.

Be this forgiveness so needed in the world.

Give thanks every day for this freedom!

Give thanks every day for this love!

Give thanks every day for this grace!

The Lord has Risen! Happy Easter!


2012 © Dawn L. Huffaker

All rights reserved.

4 Comments »

  1. I can imagine, Dawn, and it is a glorious feeling. Easter is such a special time of year as we celebrate Jesus’ resurrection. Thank you for sharing your very special poem that reminds us all of our Lord’s supreme sacrifice.

    Comment by Candace — April 6, 2012 @ 12:08 am | Reply

    • Thanks for your review, Candace! It is much appreciated.

      I agree. His sacrifice freed us all.

      Comment by Dawn Huffaker — April 9, 2012 @ 10:54 pm | Reply

  2. That made me cry:-). I do have a strong faith, but sometimes, some days I need reminding what is really important in life. Thank you Dawn. Happy Easter!

    Comment by Mary Bennorth — April 6, 2012 @ 1:53 pm | Reply


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