Benjamin Wiche

Rookie - 15 Points (12/02/1986 / Port Harcourt)

What have I become


What have I become, living like a fluctuating telecom, have I forgotten the prayer of thy kingdom come, I know that's where I ought to beacon, through it all temptation I will overcome, and never succumb when evil come, I know, in doubt I can't get any positive outcome, I have to make faith my own custom, I know there is blessing in great quantum, when I study and obey thy word to the smallest atom, thy word is the only wisdom I know grants true freedom, I need thy word to conform, so I don't lose form, I know only thy word can transform, thanks I will always return, its from thee my daily bread come from, I will not roam, in thee I've found an everlasting home, I'll not shiver when I face life storm, I know thy kingdom will come, the temporal and carnal I have to overcome, prepared. for eternal to come, I know thy kingdom will come, I know who I have become...

Submitted: Thursday, August 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 23, 2013

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