This beautiful poem arose in Rodney as he fought against pneumonia last month. He shared it as it fitted in so beautifully with last weeks blog on the roar of Jesus’ voice. I am sure you will be just as blessed as I was. Thank you Rodney for sharing. 😀

Hear our spirits roaring, in chorus to His roar
We roar and roar and roar and roar, and then we roar some more
See the doorposts shaking as they join in the roar, that only makes us roar the more
This roaring rises from our core, we roar and roar from every pore
This roaring opens prison doors so they too join the roar, that only makes us roar the more
The altar fires now leap up, sparking roar on fiery roar
They reach the coals there in our core to spark a flame to make us roar the more
There’s fire in this roar!
Inferno burn and burn and burn, then let it burn some more
And every flame has its own roar
We will not cease this roaring now, awake, asleep, at work or play
Our spirits roar through night and day, they cannot help but roar
The gates of darkness must now break before our mighty roar
They break and break and break and break, and then they break some more
The earth beneath us starts to quake, responding the roar
The molten rock, it’s very core, has its own thunderous roar
Exploding from each mountain top a mighty fiery roar
And each rock has its own roar
Feel the air now shaking as winds rush in to roar
To enter every crevice and push past every door
They call the sea to rise and roar, each wave has its own roar
They roar and roar and roar and roar and then they roar some more
Each beast and bird, each tree in field, no longer can they wait
They all have joined the chorus to help us roar the more
From President to pauper, from the Bishop to the babe
Must heed this call to roaring or be roared right out of sight
This rising roar crescendo, this inferno with a voice
This bride in roar now telling the crooked path – “lay straight!”
We hear his roar approaching, we sense it coming near
We will not stop our roaring till He is finally here
                                                       By: Rodney Liebich, June 2019