Poems - Cherith


Beloved, should the brook run dry
And should no visible supply
Gladden thine eyes, then wait to see
God work a miracle for thee:
Thou canst not want, for God has said
He will supply His own with bread.
His word is sure. Creative power
Will work for thee from hour to hour,
And thou, with all Faith’s Host, shalt prove
God’s Hand of power, God’s Heart of love.

“Depart from here and turn eastward, and hide yourself by the brook Cherith, that is east of the Jordan.” 1 Kings 17:3 R.S.V.

Earliest Known Publication: The Dawn Vol 1, no 9, Dec 1924 edited by D. M. Panton (Capitalizations above are according to this printing.) Published:

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