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Acrostic I wrote after a high water rescue in 2004.
High Water + A Road = Don’t Try It!
By Steve Cope

Inspired by a high water rescue in Arlington, Tx in 2004
Lives were almost lost, but saved by first responders

High water covers a road.
In the time it takes to chance it the
God awful results could spell disaster.
Hear your servant well beloved, when you see


Water + a road, don’t try it.
All too often the papers are full of tragedy.
Time and time again the results cannot be controlled.
Evil does grow and thrive in this world after all.  Then there is the
Regrettable actions of a few who judge incorrectly and do not heed the warning

High water + a road = don’t try it!

A road is a testament to man's ability to use the gifts God has given humanity.

Respecting the city streets is important and
On days when rain has inundated the area and water
Alights across the span of this work of wonder the
Danger exists and is real indeed that disaster could strike.  Please beloved

Don’t Try It!
Oh you are so important to God that He sent Jesus to the cross and wants
No one to lose his or her life prematurely by misjudging the power of water.
The Bible is full of the results of messing with the water.

The results of Pharaoh’s army caught in the middle of the river separated by God
Reveals the power of water.  When harnessed it is your friend and
Yet when we feel we are in control of it because our chariots are bigger the

Inevitable power of only two feet of water pushes your chariot over
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