Sunday, June 29, 2008

Paul Mackay, Welcome To Pilgrim Pals!

I just noticed a new Pilgrim Pal [Paul] so it is very fitting that we should welcome him Pals. He has been a Pal indeed to some of our Pals and it will be very nice to have him here! He is going to have to learn though that if he has a good post at his site, it will definably be lifted!While I was just visiting him [and you know it IS the dead of night and everybody over there was sleeping]], I saw and liked this post. I am sure it is a very timely one indeed for most of us over here. Thanks Paul!!!


Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Tears Are a Language
By Gordon Jensen

Often you wonder why tears come into your eyes
And burdens seem to be much more than you can stand.
But God is standing near. He sees your falling tears
And tears are a language God understands.

God sees the tears of a brokenhearted soul.
He sees your tears and hears them when they fall.
God weeps along with man and He takes him by the hand.
Tears are a language God understands.

Then grief has left you low it causes tears to flow
When things have not turned out the way that you had planned.
But God won't forget you His promises are true.
And tears are a language that my God He understands.

God sees the tears of a brokenhearted soul.
He sees your tears and hears them when they fall.
God weeps along with man and He takes him by the hand.
Tears are a language God understands

Composed by Gordon Jenson ©1971

6 comments:

Julie (aka Little Missionary) said...

Welcome to the "neighbourhood" Paul.


Julie - Little Missionary

Anonymous said...

Paul's welcome wherever he goes!!!

hebrews 11:1 said...

to anonymous....
you are right for sure!!!

LPP

Terry said...

Dear Little Pilgrim Pal...You know the first time I met that Mr. Mackay was a year and a half ago when I walked away with one of his Christmas posts!!
I just thought that he should be warned that this might happen again!...Love Mrs. Shirkie

Anonymous is surely right...He is welcomed anywhere and anytime!..

Amrita said...

Greetings to you brother Paul.

The poem about tears has a special meaning for me at this time. Thank you for sharing it.

Vicki said...

hi Paul, and blessings to you.