Shall We?

I am part of C.cada (Cornerstone Christian Artist Day Apart) and we are having an art show on June 20, 2015 in Winchendon, Massachusetts.  We were given the theme “dancing with joy”.

For those that do not know what C.cada is, it is a community for Christian artists to get together and practice their art form whether it be writing, painting, pencil drawings, water-color,  photography, wood carving, musical/instrumental, fabric art, etc.  Pastor J- Joseph Elon Lillie over at Lillie-Put  is the founder of C.cada  and if you would like to see other artists from C.cada including our founder go to artistdayapart.com.

  This is my take on dancing with joy!

Shall We?

by Deb Maciorowski ©

I’ve been waiting for you!
I yearn for you to be mine!
Shall we dance?

Feel the wind as I lift you up.
Oh, how I long for you!
Come, dance with Me?

Feel the warmth of My breath upon your ear,
As I whisper your name.
Won’t you please come and dance with Me?

Feel the softness of My caress down your cheek.
Oh, how My heart aches for you!
Come, take My hand and let us dance?

Feel the gentleness of My arms wrap around you.
Let Me comfort you in your time of need.
We’ll start with just one dance, okay?

Feel My strength as I hold you through the storm
Give Me not one but all your burdens.
Come and lean on Me as we dance.

Trust Me with your heart as we embrace the dance.
Allow Me the honor of giving you,
An everlasting life of dancing with an unspeakable joy!

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About debbestillandlisten

Worshipper and follower of Jesus Christ. God has given this Christian the privilege of loving and caring for my amazing son. I absolutely love to worship our Lord and Savior and to be in His presence; there is nothing better!
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4 Responses to Shall We?

  1. sounds like so much fun – en JOY!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Reblogged this on Lillie-Put and commented:
    Beautiful verse from Deb.

    Like

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