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Keeper of My Lighthouse
By Chrissy Siggee

Keeper of my lighthouse, please
Shine in me today.
Standing firm on God my Rock,
May I never stray.

I Am the solid Rock on which you stand.

Clouds of fear impair my sight,
Doubt upon the source.
Trying hard to do what's right,
Help me stay on course.

I will always be there to light your way.

Keeper of my lighthouse, know
You are in control.
Lead me from this gloom of night,
Compass for my soul.

I will steer thee beyond your darkest night.

Like ships off course I wander,
Onto darkened reef.
Lord, steer me safely yonder.
Bring me back from grief.

I will lead if you will only follow.

Keeper of my lighthouse, you
Bathe me in your light.
Radiance makes straight my path,
Shine with all your might.

I will never leave thee nor forsake thee.

Through this storm of dreadful pain,
Waves consume my life.
Bring me through my tempest strain,
Lead me from this strife.

I will guide thee through every storm of life.

Keeper of my lighthouse, come!
Let your bright light shine.
Casting doubts and fears away,
Save this life of mine.

Child, I Am the Keeper of your lighthouse.

Chrissy Siggee has two adult children and two grandchildren. She lives with her husband of twenty-six years, in Sydney, Australia. After serving many years in children and youth ministries, she dedicated herself to Pastoral Care and Counseling to shut-ins, hospitalized and those with special needs. Chrissy rediscovered her childhood desire to write shortly after moving to Sydney in 2006. With her unique blend of experiences, she writes both fiction and non-fiction. She has been published in Footprints Australia Magazine and will also feature in an upcoming FaithWriters' Anthology. Her love of poetry is a vital part of her writing experience, as is most obviously demonstrated in this beautiful poem. If you would like to write to Chrissy, you can do so through the Letters page of this magazine.