stephen vega

Rookie (08-05-1991 / casegrand)

courage under fire


I ask the lord do you think i can do it lord, he ansewers i knew you could befor you got here.
How i ask how could i beat the evil the world brings, the lord said courage never beleave you cant becuase a chapion is one who never quit.
I ask what if i lose dont that mean im a loser, the lord said if you never quit you will alwas be a winner have the courage and never fear what life brings its called courage under fire i take you though hell to get you to heave my son.
I dont know what to ask im stuck, the lord says you cant speak becuase you know it is true i know i made you i know whats going to happen tomarro if i take you its becuase you have done your job but you got to do more befor i take you speak of this to people let them know that i am here and that i can hear and the son will come soon as fast as lighting stricks to the east to the west i will come let it be knowin.

Submitted: Thursday, September 17, 2009

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