Art Poetry

Keep Your Eyes on the Master



Keep Your Eyes on the Master

As He parted the sea

As He spoke PEACE to the waters

He Loves You and Me



Keep Your eyes on the Master

As He divided the loaves

And they were multiplied

He gave to all life!




Keep your eyes on the Master

As He walked on the water…

So, you will walk on the water

With Jesus Christ!

Keep your eyes on the Master . . .

As she touched His Robe

She touched the fringe of His robe

And she was made whole!

fringe of his robe

“Look up!”

“Look Up, For Your

Redemption Draweth nigh…” (and don’t look to the T.V. guide)!



Keep your eyes on the clouds

For one day they will break forth…

Breaking forth with a shout of all the Heavenly Hosts!


Keep your eyes on the Son,

The Son in Royal Armor

Will carry His Bride

Will carry His Bride



Keep your eyes on the fire,

It’s coming to You and me…

Blown by the Spirit. . .

It’s coming to set us free!


Keep Your Eyes on the Fire

It’s coming to answer the Blood,

The Blood Sacrifice,

Keep Your Eyes on the Fire!

Keep your eyes on the Blood…it’s calling the Fire!



Fires of Heaven…

Fires of God!

The Blood of the sacrificial animal was a type and shadow of the cross. Now, “Neither by the blood of goats and calves but by His own blood He entered in once into the Holy Place, having obtained Eternal Redemption for us!” Hebrews 9:12.
“Keep Your Eyes on the Master” was given by the Lord to Laura Cates as a prophetic song in a prayer meeting in 1995 at Bastrop Christian Outreach Center. It was first recorded in 1995 as a call and response song.  The ending “Fire” was the prophetic word given to Pastor Mary Jackson following the “call” given through Laura.  To listen to the medley:  click play on the video (upper right) In this video, Laura shares three prophetic songs that the Lord gave to her, with the body of believers at Graceway Church in Round Rock,Texas in May of 2015. “Keep Your Eyes on the Master, “Be Faithful” and “Keeper of the Vineyard,” The words to these songs are so appropriate today more than ever as His return draws near.  He is coming for a bride without spot or blemish!

“Keep Your Eyes on the Master” (c)1995 “Be Faithful” (2010)  and “Keeper of the Vineyard”  (c) 1995


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  1. catesadmin says:

    “Til the Purpose be fulfilled” Song #2 was sweetly sung into my spirit in a dream one night 2010. The vision of the Vinyard and the song #3 “Keeper of the Vinyard” occurred in 1995. In the spirit I saw a house, that had a lady standing in front of it. She was serving and filling a vessel. She represented the Body of Christ. The house represented the church. As she would bend to the right, her vessel would miraculously fill up with water. It was her worship that filled the vessel. Then as she bent to left and turned her vessel outward it poured out below where she was standing. Then the water which was blue, (for the Holy Spirit and royalty and white for purity) foamed on the ground like sea foam on the sand. But the water began to soak a vineyard that was to the left in my vision. To the left in the vision, there was a beautiful garden with tender young plants. (Indicating newly born again souls), and larger plants in rows. Jesus was standing in the garden dealing ever so carefully and lovingly with these tender plants. He would stake up the weak ones. He was humble and gentle in heart. The water that was coming out from the lady’s vessel poured out onto the ground beside the house and watered the garden. Behind the house in the distance was a mountain range. The era looked like it could have been set in Bible days but I knew from the time of day in the vision that it was NOW. Because, as He worked and as the lady poured and worshipped, and worshipped and poured, evening began to settle in and I could see that line of horizon on the mountain range. In urgency, I said. “It is nearly SUNDOWN!” Because there was yet still a cry in my heart that said. “HERE AM I, SEND ME!!” There are souls hanging in the balance. When I began to sing “Here am I send me” I saw Rizpah in the desert waving away the night creatures from her sons. 2 Samuel 21. I think the reason I saw her was because she represented the same fervency with which we should contend for lost souls. Because she was defending bodies of her sons from the wild animals, because they should have been properly buried as the sons of a King. Although the New Testament application of this is vague, I believe it means that we are to contend for the lost because they too, are the potential sons of a King…the King Eternal, Immortal. Contend for them too, that they be buried in Christ and resurrected to new life in Him. And that picture of Rizpah gave me the same urgency that I felt from God as I cried “Here AM I. SEND ME! Here am I! Send Me!

  2. I know this if off topic but I’m looking into starting my own weblog and was curious what all is needed to get setup? I’m assuming having a blog like yours would cost a pretty penny? I’m not very web smart so I’m not 100 certain. Any recommendations or advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

    1. catesadmin says:

      I would call GoDaddy and see what kind of packages that they offer that would be affordable for you. 🙂

  3. Definitely, what a magnificent blog and illuminating posts, I definitely will bookmark your blog.All the Best!

    1. catesadmin says:

      Thank you, Rueben. I appreciate your comments and encouraging words. Kind Regards, Laura

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