My Title of Liberty

     "In Memory of our God, our religion, and freedom, and our peace, our wives, and our children." - Alma 46:12    


My Poems from December 2004

Poems on this page:
   What Doth God Know?


Mistletoe at Christmas-time,
Every tinsel strand entwined
Round boughs of fragrant pine or fir,
Remind me now and then of myrrh.
Yuletide cheer, a merry sound;

Carolers are strolling 'round.
Happy hearts are gathered near
Radiating hope, melts fear.
In the Eve, Nativity
Scenes of child and mother see
Telling of the Son of God,
Manger-born, as man He trod
All the avenues we face,
Surely gaining grace on grace.

December 2, 2004


Letting go of selfishness,
Opening up to others,
Viewing through God's Charity,
Eventually makes gods of us.

December 19, 2004


Over all His progeny
My God keeps account.
Not one thing below unseen,
In the least amount.
Seeing all our futures now,
Can my God declare.
Into every secret heart,
Every thought lays bare.
No other one has such a power,
Though some may know us well.
Love rules God's heart in all He does;
Your welfare He won't sell.

December 20, 2004

What Doth God Know?

He knows our needs before we ask;
He knows our futures and our pasts.
He knows our secret dirty sins;
He knows the gods that wait within.
He knows the Plan that He will do;
He knows the paths He'll lead us through.
He knows to find us when we're lost;
He knows the only, awful cost.
He knows the trials we will face;
He knows the tears He will erase.

December 20, 2004