And the Wind Blew Me
And the wind blew me
To the Land of Saints and Scholars.
It was a strange get away
Allowed by the Alpha and Omega.
The foe surely meant it for evil
But the Most High meant it for good.
There, I was taught to tread down the devil
And use his treats and tricks for food.
There, I was taught lots of lessons
On how to soar with wings as an eagle.
Baptism in fire was on street called Blessington.
But God, by His might kept me. It was a miracle.
Refined through storms and fire
He let me come forth as gold
Radiating His glory despite the mire
He was my warmth in the cold.
So when the wind blows you
And God is in you, for you and with you
Know that He’s able, reliable,
merciful, powerful , faithful and true.
And will surely, I say surely, bring you through.
And this wind could be:
Financial adverse wind
Health hazard wind
Stagnation or retrogression wind
Marriage breakage wind
Single parent wind
Immigration or nationality wind
Racism or opposition wind
Family feud wind
Ministerial adverse wind
Foes and fiends’ wind
Fair weather friends
Burglary or infirmity wind
Or whatever wind you may face,
Jesus is Lord over them all.