The Lowest Place by Christina Georgina Rossetti

Give me the lowest place: not that I dare
      Ask for that lowest place, but Thou hast died
That I might live and share
      Thy glory by Thy side.

Give me the lowest place: or if for me
      That lowest place too high, make one more low
Where I may sit and see
      My God and love Thee so.

by Christina Georgina Rossetti
Public Domain
Courtesy of Utmost Christian Writers.

4 thoughts on “The Lowest Place by Christina Georgina Rossetti

    1. My mother was an English Professer, but after she retired she was happy to fold towels and sell lunch tickets at a nursing home — every Friday for several years. For Mom, service was service. Then she lived at this nursing home during her last illness. Her service was honored and she was in a familiar place.

      Thank you for your thoughts. Blessings to you and yours.

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