The strength of God in me

The strength of God in me

A Poem by kelvin

As God’s light shines upon my pineal gland
I can decipher the world’s complexities
as though they were small grains of sand.

I can withstand the wiles of any devil,
weather his means against me are
physical or spiritual.

Punched and stamped in my forehead
is God’s words turned to flesh
where through his glory I can fast and
inflict myself to endure the world’s
perverse tests.

I Stand in the wake of his presence
enduring all obstacles to the end while
eating his flesh and drinking his blood
to fully cleanse my soul of sin.

The holy spirit makes council within me
for the words to come out of my mouth
clearly to those with an ear to hear and
have their hearts circumcised
from the words they just heard.

I fear not any man or devil that comes
against me but I have a humble fear of
the true living God who can fully
destroy the soul within me.

I repent daily for as I being a man far
from perfection so in his holy name,
Father I pray that you bless me with
your armor of protection.

I seek ye God’s kingdom first and let
the rest come after so I worship and sing
in his name with an abundance of
rejoicing and laughter.

I seek my treasures in his kingdom
and not these of this earth while I give
glory through the most high with
the resilience of my works.

I was once a lost sheep trapped in the
influence of this world until my eyes
were opened and I was found by
the good shepard, the savior of the world.

© 2021 kelvin


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Added on December 29, 2021
Last Updated on December 31, 2021
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A Poem by kelvin