A Walk In The Shadow Of Death - Poem by Joseph Blitch
In the book of life, my name penned tight,
From the beginning, as the dawning light,
From heaven given by the Holy Trinity,
Born into a godly family was this entity.
Taught by strict parents in the world of old,
Unwilling to learn or to their morality hold.
I always attended the worship house of God,
Yet it was a quite crooked path which I trod.
My soul contained no Godly morals within.
As I existed for this world’s shameless sin,
My life occupied with sin both day and night,
That so-called midnight hour caused no fright.
It was I that was always placed first for me,
I was the ruler of my life, no other could be.
Deadly plane crash, remained alive, one soul,
When found, you were very blessed I was told.
Awakened to a sight of blood running free,
I envision the truth of one crucified for me.
My eyes opened with a renewing of my heart,
I now walk within His kingdom, taking part.
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