Poetry Break: ‘YOU ARE MY GRACE’

I would define, in brief, the poetry of words as the rhythmical creation of Beauty.

~Edgar Allan Poe~

By Danielle Bernock


Source of all life you know my heart

You hear it singing as I write

Of how I long to do your will

And feel that satisfaction of your pleasure

Your Spirit whispers, your Word speaks and I make my choice

I choose you, I choose you

So I run full speed ahead to follow your voice

Expectation of joy, expectation of joy

Source of all love you know my heart

You hear it weeping as I write

You understand, you understand

That when I arrive at a place you call there

And unexpectedly find grief and despair

You are my Grace, you are my Grace

Almighty Agape, Everlasting Holiness

Incorruptible Righteousness, Undaunted Mercy

Faithful Intercessor, Graceful Redeemer

I thank you, I thank you

You are my Grace, you are my Grace

My Grace in the face of discouragement

My Grace in the face of pain

My Grace that teaches me how to breathe

When dreams turn to dust and the pain overwhelms

My Grace when your people disappoint

My Grace when I am just like them

My Grace to face what lies ahead

In the dark, where I cannot see

But you can, for you are Light

My Grace to respond to pat answers

My Grace to false accusations

My grace when I fail, My Grace when I prevail

My Grace to climb these mountains

Be they in life, or in my soul

You are my Grace, You are sufficient

You are my Grace, You are sufficient

I will come forth

Either walking or standing, Or you carrying me

I will come forth

For YOU are my Grace

Danielle Bernock



Danielle Bernock is a published author and writer. Her first book Emerging With Wings: A True Story of Lies, Pain, And The LOVE that Heals takes you on her journey of personal transformation. It is available around the world. Danielle is passionate about helping others discover the personal freedom and happiness she has found. Her blog daniellebernock.com addresses issues of the heart encouraging readers in personal growth and validating their value. Danielle is dedicated to her own learning and growing, taking courses and reading continually.  She is a member of Tribe Writers, Rochester Writers’ Group, and the owner of 4F Media (a writing, publishing, and marketing company).

Danielle was born and raised in Michigan, the granddaughter of European immigrants. She has traveled around most of the United States and visited 3 countries. Due to the economy and the hand of God, Danielle lived in Arizona for 5 life changing years but is happy to be back in Michigan near her family. She has been happily married since 1980, has two married children, and four living grandchildren she adores, and who call her Mima. Danielle is forever young at heart, loves nature and new adventures (like zip lining). She loves spending time with family and friends, playing games, going for walks, having bonfires, heart to heart talks, and laughing. Lots and lots of laughing.

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  1. Danielle – Your words are evocative and lovely. The rhythm is calming, like breathing slowly. Chaos and fear threaten; Jesus walks on water once again, and calm is restored. Thank you for sharing! 🙂

  2. Hi, Danielle. Your reliance and support are eloquently described in this personal poem. Thank you for sharing these thoughts and feelings with us.

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