by Edward Taylor III
I never knew I would’ve made it through with so much in
front of me still yet to do.
Oh LORD you know the time & the season, when I’ll find myself in front of the door, open to limitless possibilities;
I’ll go in this time having received liberty to walk free, a prince
sitting among princes I’ve been made to be.
The LORD caused me to stand still when I would’ve retreated, By Gods provision I found what I needed,
The past I feared – I’m no longer doomed to repeat it;
The enemies that besieged me are now defeated.
Through all my trials Gods seed still remains, through struggles,
heart ache, & pain…
God showed me the difference between that which endures and that which is vain,
Nolonger carrying the shame of my history I’m now able
to walk in Gods liberty;
Liberated to walk as Gods holy flame a meek minister speaking the truth that breaks the chains;
By love God removed frustration –
Now I’m free to reach my finish line destination;
Walk with me that you may taste & see how sweet is this
glories l i b e r t y…
2 thoughts on “(Jam 1:25) But whoso looketh into the perfect law of liberty, and continueth therein, he being not a forgetful hearer, but a doer of the work, this man shall be blessed in his deed.”
This is a really good poem, it reminds me what apostle has been bringing forth. Good JOB!!! babe
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I LOVE THIS POEM