My Elijah Friends

My Elijah Friends

God bless all my Elijah friends,
And give them comfort, Lord, tonight –
Those faithful few who will not compromise,
Who cling to You with all their might.

God bless those precious servants, Lord,
Who are so dear to Your own heart.
They walk alone in this world at times
When friend and foes alike do part.

Taking refuge there on Higher Ground,
In that cave, sheltered from the storm;
Listening to Your still small voice
That will soothe all fear and alarm.

Hidden in the cleft of the Rock –
Outside the tempest is fierce this hour.
Give them peace within their souls;
Keep them close and safe by Your power.

Under the shadow of Your wings,
Precious Jesus, there’s no other place –
Held so close beside Your heart,
Where all else dims in light of Your face.

God bless all my Elijah friends,
There’s not too many left, Lord, I know.
Grant them bright rainbows in their darkest nights;
Light the darkness in this world below.

January 10th, 2005
Jerry Bouey

(This poem on friendship is dedicated to those Christians who desire to be faithful to their Lord in this apostate society.)

1 Kings 19:18 Yet I have left me seven thousand in Israel, all the knees which have not bowed unto Baal, and every mouth which hath not kissed him.

“God’s promises are rainbows in the night.”

“The prospects are as bright as the promises of God.” – Adoniram Judson, missionary to Burma.
– prospects = plans or thoughts of the future

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