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Birth Place
Baltimore, MD

Age Category
61-70

Birth month and day
July 23

Education
High School Graduate

Occupation
Retired

Hobbies
Taking nature photos, grandchildren, collecting buttons

Marital status
Married

Children/grandchildren
Three children, five grandchildren, including twins

Published works
A few in magazines and local newpaper.

Poetry writing experience
I wrote my first poem in grade school in a card for my dad. I still have it. I wrote occasionally over the years and as a Christian adult I got down on my knees one day and asked God for the gift of poetry. My first Christian poem came instantly and I went and wrote it down. I have been writing ever since. My mom also had the gift of poetry and in her honor I use my middle name's initial T. for Theresa. I am named after her.

State or country in which the poet resides
Pennsylvania

Testimony of saving faith for Christians only
Very hard times brought me to a place in my life where I knew I needed God. I accepted Jesus as my personal savior in the privacy of my living room after reading Catherine Marshall's books.

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Chime Of The Day

June 17, 2021

My Help Comes Only from God
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By Kumalawaty Sundari
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My Help Comes Only from God


Though worries abound in my heart,


Still I believe that God loves me.


In His time surely He’ll lift me up


According to the richness of His grace.


I trust fully in His power and His mercy,


Every day He provides the best for me.


My help comes only from God…


Jesus is my helper in times of distress;


Though anguish is overwhelmed,


Even tears cease not to flow,


I see the light behind my suffering.


His salvation is always for His child,


My Father never forsakes His little one,


Really shall Jesus show His mightiness!


 

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