Martha Stelle Cowan

(Medford, Oregon)

Safe - Poem by Martha Stelle Cowan

Why should I be afraid of demons?
They can not harm me.
I have a Spirit greater
Than they will ever be, It is the Holy Spirit
God's Spirit from on High
He will never leave me
And I shall never die I shall live forever
But not on this earth below
I shall go to heaven
For the Bible tells me so.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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