donald kuutsi

Rookie - 340 Points (HARARE, Zimbabwe / 9 july 1991)

I M COMING HOME(INEQUITY CONFESSION)


I M coming home oh lord, l m coming home
l have been lost all along for my eyes have
been blind folded by inequity.

l need your light and strength to arrive home
safely, l need the spiritual guidance to reach
at home safely..l cant on my own WITHOUT YOU
SIN is demanding justice for my soul but YOUR LOVE&
MERCY is saying 'NO'
LORD I NEED YOUR TOUCH because l can not bear
this anymore l need to come HOME, where l belong

Let your rain pour upon my soul and flesh to wash
away all the INEQUITY AND TRANSGRESSIONS and let there
BE LIGHT IN MY LIFE for my flesh is willing to come
back home BUT MY SOUL IS TIRED due to heavy burden and marks
of inequity In my FLESH....I NEED YOUR POWER, UNCONDITIONAL
LOVE 'GRACE' BECAUSE I M COMING HOME..

Submitted: Saturday, November 03, 2012
Edited: Sunday, January 13, 2013
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