2 thoughts on “Temperance

  1. As we stand, waiting, rather than rushing into what WE think are ‘good works’, we are able to hear the still, small voice of the Spirit and can move out in accord with Father’s Purpose. This has been a hard lesson for me – I still struggle with remembering to stand and wait for marching instructions rather than moving out on my own. Thanks for a great poem that captures this precept.

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