His Eyes

“For the eyes of the Lord run to and fro throughout the whole earth, to shew himself strong in the behalf of them whose heart is perfect toward him.”
2 Chronicles 16:9 (KJV)

For His eyes
On earth do peer,
Patience o’er those He espies
To and fro for the meek,
Watching us, our seeking cries.

For His eyes
Wander here and there
To each man’s face
Painfully aware of life’s
Increasing pace.

For His eyes
Leave no stone lost
Rooted deep in hearts forsaken
Refresh anew these
With Spirit awaken.

For His eyes
See grieving tears
Compassion never lost
Those shed for pain, shed for fears
His grace does come at a cost

For His eyes
Fixed upon a man,
He shows strength, endurance be
Looking down upon a man-
This man, this one is me.

For in my eyes
The smiling heart
Of You, God I see
Always perfecting
My soul within me.

And our eyes
Meet everlasting
I shall give all my core
Solid course stayed true, time passing
And to Your His eyes I giveth more.

Once a man in lowly places
Seated with unfavored faces
For the world, it medicates
But in His eyes
He sees and waits.

Once a moment in forgotten time
I ran to Him, His eyes so kind
And gave Him all my soul to keep
For in His eyes
His Love runs deep.

For the ones who feel unloved: God loves you.
Therefore, there are none unloved.

© 2013 Rick Stassi

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4 thoughts on “His Eyes

  1. His eyes are everywhere . . . peering right now into the hearts and minds of His creation . . . ever so lovingly . . . ever so wanting for them to look into His own and love Him right back. Wonderful poem Rick so filled with His love for us all. ~ God Bless ~

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