Gladys Brown Prince

Freshman - 926 Points (May 14 / Jamaica W1)

Humility Sreet - Poem by Gladys Brown Prince

Freedom to travel on this street
Means yielding to who's on the throne
For humility is required of thee
There is a race to be won if you'll run
On Humility Street is where it begins

So narrow a street two only can meet
As you walk with Jesus no retreat
This race is not dependent on speed
Everyone will be kept by His grace
Humility Street is where we will meet

Focus on the word to keep pace
Confess your faults and ask for grace
Be gentle be faithful be patient and kind
Give Him praise and glory in your mind
Examine your motives if joy declines

Humility Street is for the Saints feet
The faithful they will sit at Christ's feet
To walk this street your feet must be neat
Prepared with the gospel of peace
In Ephesians six it is clearly defined

Moses walked on it and God was pleased
Job traveled on it and suffered indeed
On this street David was on bending knees
No one can resist it if Him you must please
It is our duty to walk there even on our knees

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  • Clarence Prince (6/18/2013 2:04:00 PM)

    Yes Humility It's what God desires form us, and to gain eternal life we need to be humbled! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 4, 2012

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