RiRi S...


*Ask all you want*


Just sit down and
Ask for forgivness.
Who cares if it takes you hours.
You may have done something so bad and
You cry almost every
Night because you
Think God will hate
You for what you did.
He won't if you ask
For it.
Remember if You care then you
Have a better future
Ahead of you.
Remember if you want
To be forgiven just
Ask for it and
God Will know you want
To make a change in
Your life.
Cry all you want.
Beg all you want.
But holding it in
Will do you no good.
It will come back to
You later on.
The more forgivness
You ask for, the
Better you feel
About your future and Life.
Stay away from the
Devil, and stay and
Listen to the angels from above you.

Submitted: Friday, August 27, 2010

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