Here I am, on my birthday, writing about tear drops. Strange, wouldn’t you say? Why would someone be thinking and writing about tear drops on their special day? Could they be sad or depressed? No, not necessarily so. Tear drops falls for a many of reasons. One is that of sincere gratitude. When I think about the goodness of the Lord and all that He’s done for me, tears fall. They drop in buckets of gratefulness to God; my Savior, Keeper, Sustainer, Watcher, Helper, Provider, and Protector. I can shout Halleluyah as the tear drops fall. On His name I will always call.
This I pray to my Lord:
Lord, though tear drops fall from my eyes, I know you have captured them in your bottle, no matter the reason I may have cried. I thank you.
Oh, Lord, through my tears, I express gratitude to see many years.
I cry Lord, in joyful praise, and with my hands, I do raise
in thanksgiving, in love, and adoration of how you have covered me throughout this nation.
Through your salvation you’ve saved my soul; to share your glory is my goal. I love you, Lord. I love you, Lord. Let my tear drops of praise never stop…falling.
I will keep on thanking God for the overflow of gratitude that springs from my heart. By Hertistine Washington/ keeponthanking.com