I Feared The Enemy Until Jesus Stepped In - Poem by Tracie Brown
I fear the enemy he's always taunting me,
he has placed nothing but fear in me.
I fear him but only my eyes can see,
all my life he has been hurting me.
When I sleep my mind is in fear,
and all I can do is cry painful tears.
I fear him and he won't leave me a lone,
and my cry for help has turned into moans and groans.
Some kind of way he has captured me,
and delayed me from my destiny.
Some kind of way the flesh has overtaken me, and now is ruling me.
My cry for help is getting weak,
but I am still trying to press towards the mercy seat.
I need help from this sinful way of life,
and I am looking for the man who died and paid the price.
I was crying begging to be free, free from all this torment and misery.
The enemy always had he's eyes on me,
telling me that I will never be free
and trying to keep me in fear of thy.
I tried all kinds of ways to escape,
the darkness of Satan's Hell Place.
I got to the point where I just give up,
but then a man stepped in and showed up.
He told me his name was Jesus and he was here to set me free,
he said take my hand and you will see.
I was afraid because for years I have been bond
but the Lord said ' don't let Satan hold you down'.
Come take my hand, I have come to deliver thy,
out of the hands of the enemy.
I took his hand and immediately I was free,
Satan no longer had control over me.
I finally mat the man who I was pressing my way to see,
the life changer (Jesus) who recused me.
He lead me to liberty and victory
and Satan no longer could put fear in me.
Jesus told me to fear no more
because this the day you've been waiting for.
This is the day to walk in total liberty
because Satan has lost his power over thy.
Satan wants to put fear in you and keep you bond
but Jesus is here so don't be held down.
Let the Devil know you fear him no more
because in Jesus Christ you are restored.
You are now free from the torment of fear
and you no longer have to cry painful tears.
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