Written by Lisa DeVinney on . Posted in poetry

Snowflakes…each one different,
in its intricate design,
blend their lines together,
when the Lord says it is time,
to form a pure, white blanket,
under which the grass will grow;
watered in the springtime
by the melting of the snow.
As Christians, we’re like snowflakes;
and different as can be.
But God blends us together,
as we follow, faithfully;
to form a pure and holy bride,
for that is what He sees
when He looks through our Savior’s blood
at Christians on their knees.
Then, even when the heat is on,
and we begin to melt,
our service for the Master
is more keenly seen and felt.
For those to whom we’ve ministered
may flourish, having been
covered by the love of Christ,
beneath our sheltering hands.
“For he saith to the snow, Be thou on the earth;
Hast thou entered into the treasures of the snow?”
Job 37:6a, 38:22a KJV
©Lisa DeVinney, November 2008

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