God's Grace in Hell

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Memoir  |  House: Booksie Classic
Think of jumping from those burning buildings and how suicide is supposedly never an option.

Submitted: July 17, 2009

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God’s forgiveness
 

Sitting there above the fire suicide I sure desire

Not feeling guilty of my thinking for god accepts my true repenting

For gods love is not hard to acquire sitting there above a fire

I am thankful that I am living but soon ill hear the angels singing

 

Now I look down from the top hoping for the fire to stop

Now as I decide to jump hearing my hearts constant thump

I now can feel my stomach drop my heart is racing, racing nonstop

There I am sitting on my rump I just don’t have the nerves to jump

 

Right than and there I get ambition I know that death is my conviction

Half way down my life was taken for my life was not forsaken

To the gates I had admission thanks for God’s great jurisdiction

The devils wrath that day was waken remember those whose life’s were taken


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