Cast your Burdens on Him

Do not worry about food and drink 
Or about the things you'll wear 
Is life not more then food and drink 
See the birds up in the air.

 They do not plant or harvest 
Nor store food in the barn
 But your heavenly Father feeds them
 And keeps them safe and warm. 

Look at the lovely lilies 
In the meadows where they grow
 They do not want for anything
 God cares for them I know.

 He adorns them with such beauty
 Tis there for all to see 
Would He not go the extra mile 
When it comes to you and me.

 Don't worry about tomorrow 
The best is yet to be
 When you invite the heavenly Father 
To come and dwell with thee. 

Focus your eyes upon Jesus 
And your problems will soon grow dim 
When you go the Father in prayer 
And cast all your burdens on Him.

(c)2001 Marilyn Ferguson
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December 2002