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Ispired by Philippians 2:13-14


Author: lori_tab
ASL Info:    27/f/alabama
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Ispired by Philippians 2:13-14



The early morning breathes on my skin
Cool air against my being,
my heart, racing
Every moment undoes a series of locks and chains

Bound up for years by my own oppression
Shackles tightly coupled with every desire to cut into my wrist's

Yet
Like the dove freedom has descended

No more do I receive the temptation to sink into myself and my many vices
No more do I hide from the face of the one who let me see
No more do i hide from hiding

I am unfinished
Yet He has spoken
I search for another glimpse into His will
Principle becomes a melody I can dance to
Praise becomes the song on my lips




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  "I am unfinished
Yet He has spoken
I search for another glimpse into His will
Principle becomes a melody I can dance to
Praise becomes the song on my lips"

And long may it be so!

We are always changing and growing
It's part of the seeds He is sowing!
Rejoice in His love and peace!

I am happy that you are to this place of joy and contentment in your life. This is a lovely write. continue in His ways, and He will send many blessings.
| Posted on 2015-07-06 00:00:00 | by jaycee | [ Reply to This ]
  "No more do I receive the temptation to sink into myself and my many vices
No more do I hide from the face of the one who let me see
No more do i hide from hiding"


I grow, evolve, and slither like a whisper
curled into a ball of sunbathed feline dreams
embrace the morning like the soul of heaven
everything that is and was, will be...

Just some thoughts on yours.

| Posted on 2015-06-30 00:00:00 | by rws | [ Reply to This ]


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