Priscilla Washington-Davis

(Hilton Head Island, SC, USA)

Is There Strife In Your Life? - Poem by Priscilla Washington-Davis

Is there strife in your life?
There is strife in my life too.
But listen to me friend, I've got good news for you!
You see, I met this man—who is offering this "awesome" plan.
Oh, don't worry about the fee,
He has already paid, for you and for me
Very near the city of Jerusalem—on the cross of Calvary. I am pleading with you my friend,
Please try my advice—
Consider very seriously—including Christ in your life.
You say that you want freedom?
First, one must acknowledge that there is a need;
Next, one must stop cultivating old Satan's seed. A job this big, you can't handle it alone;
You are going to need that special help
Secured only from heaven's throne.
Try the Father, Son, Holy Spirit
Heaven's legal time of three—
Also known in Scripture as Triune Deity. You can call them in the morning,
You can call them noon or night;
There is no need for you alone—my friend
Your problems to fight.
This pristine and Holy team—has not lost one single case,
Defending future souls for heaven
In this pilgrim's earthly race.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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