Dexsta Ray


No Room For Judgement


Who are you to judge me for my actions?
Yes I have sinned
But could you name someone who hasn't?
Make no mistakes
Your passing judgment has inflated my hate
And when I say this weight is great
I think my shoulders will break
You should take a look at Romans fourteen
I could never foresee the pain
Its still a sure thing
Wait until after night
At sunrise
See me in a different light
Criticism was my cue to shine bright
I'm just another person trying to lead a happy life
If you don't know my struggle
How could you be exactly right
I really had to fight to have you understand I'm human
Still through your eyes you think you're better
But accusing me of being hell bound
Yes I can tell now
You've been condemned
Acting holier-than-thou
No I'm not perfect
I have a soul to do your healing on
I pray for God's grace and ask if I could be forgiven though

Submitted: Thursday, July 19, 2012
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