SPIRITUAL POEMS: “God Talks To Everyone” (Quote: Neale Donald Walsch) Poem by Trina Graves

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“God Talks To Everyone”

Title Quote: Neale Donald Walsch

Some people find it hard to believe
That a conversation with God is easy to achieve
For there is no one that God does not talk to
God communicates with us all, no matter what we do

The real question is, are you listening out
For God communicates not with a shout
God’s words may be ‘heard’ as a feeling so real
You’ll know it’s the truth from just how you feel

Or maybe the next person that you meet today
Will give you an answer to show the way
We are all One, linked to God above
That person is an ‘angel’ sent from Heaven with love

Perhaps on the radio a song that you hear
Will bring the answer ever so clear
A film, or a book that just comes to hand
Is ‘meant to be’ that’s the way God planned

So if there is anything you’re concerned about
Just talk to God in a whisper or a shout
God is always there with us, waiting to give
Help and guidance to how we might live

You may not get the answer immediately
Be patient and wait for you will soon see
If you’re willing to be open to whatever comes your way
You’ll be blessed with God’s Words, day after day

Trina Graves – 30th June 2002

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(Posted with permission from the author)

To find out the story behind this poem, please visit Trina’s site at:

https://spiritualquotestoliveby.wordpress.com/2018/07/31/god-talks-to-everyone/#comments

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Trina Graves says:

    Thank you for sharing Amira. ❤

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    1. Thank you dear Trina for gifting us with such inspiration and love!

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  2. LindaP says:

    I have always found this to be so true! Thanks for sharing! May God richly bless you both! Linda

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    1. Blessings and love back to you dear Linda! ❤

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