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Kelvin TakyiBobi


Two In One Word


It is not that I sat and thought,
I never with ideas fought
In my head about this I remember not.
All I know is, it struck like lightinning
Straight and deep into the mind but not sending me spinning.
A knowledge given by a higher power to me
To briefly tell, to share and to set free.

The word of God is two in one
Wisdom of living and life of salvation.
One is a ruler of prosperous life.
The other, a ticket to heaven.
I shake my head, many have discipled the first.
In this time where the economy is a hard nut,
Many have run into the arms of the first.
They have forgotten the second so some dont care,
Whose leg they step, I MUST GET.
In large gatherings, it is preached.
Sand of people fill every hole in space.
They give their whole head to the one infront
And someone cannot afford to even blink.

Dont be like them.
Blend the two
In your blender which is your life.

Submitted: Saturday, November 16, 2013

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