Category Archives: Scripture riff

Don’t worry about it, says the Lord

Don’t worry about it, says the Lord your anxiety is your illness your trust is your health © Meisaan Chan    

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Why you must grow up

You must grow up. What comes ahead requires this growth. © Meisaan Chan

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Surrendering to my god

I have such a hard time surrendering to what I cannot see; and in this, sight becomes my God © Meisaan Chan

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The forever bullseye

I. I alone know precisely how to tend; the others approximate or miss I am the forever bullseye II. so if it is a bullseye lo, it is I © Meisaan Chan  

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So strange when others find me valuable!

So strange when others find me valuable! Different mirrors, I argue Same reflection, they respond © Meisaan Chan

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You don’t have to keep anything

You don’t have to keep anything: Closed fists to open hands © Meisaan Chan

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Rooting it out

Somewhere along the vine is death, and I will root it out, says the Lord only if you let me © Meisaan Chan

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