Angel Wade


Pain


Pain
God Make this pain go away
God said Angel
Why everytime
I come and see you
why are you always
in tears?
I said God because
i wish this pain go all away
God said i'm here
with you and i felt God wrap
his arms around me
I fell to my kness
and said Thank you God
My friend came in my
room and i was on my
kness she said what's wrong
why are you on your
kness i said It's the God in me
and i need him
so the next time you ask
me just know
its the God in me..
So my friend fell to her kness
and started praying with me
while she was praying
with she took my
hand and left me
up and said
Angel God just
told me to left you
up on your feet
And i said okay thank you
And that put a smile on my face
God came back to me
and said i told you
that you is going to
be okay just beleave in yourself
I said okay God...
God said just tell them
next time when they see
you on your kness just
tell them it's the God in you..

Pain Pain

Submitted: Friday, August 07, 2009

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  • Rookie Allan O (11/10/2009 3:01:00 PM)

    that was quite beautiful Angel...God is with those who are not afraid or ashamed to simply talk with him...your a very special person to put your faith love and trust into the lord...bless you angel... ~^..^ (Report) Reply

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