Dare Onadele

Rookie - 97 Points (13th of July,1987 / Lagos, Nigeria)

I Pray For You


With Jesus Christ's name
In whom I lay strong claim
I pray and say with fame
Through the faith I proclaim
Doing miracles for you, too, the same.

May you reap all the good you sow
No cause for you to be in sorrow
God's armour shall be your own
Mercy you shall have from his throne.
He shall strengthen your body, soul and bone.

Coolness for you like the early stream
Happy you shall be like the Lilly on the sea.
Joy to your great heart esteem
The wind shall blow as you need
And the sun for you shall not exceed.

You shall have God's favor flowing as honey
May you have everything going on accordingly,
Good days you shall have full your memory,
Because you shall testify to God's glory,
Which you have seen and making you believing.

Submitted: Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, July 09, 2014

Topic of this poem: prayer


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