A Song of Redemption

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sin is the greatest tool that seperates humanity from God, yet Jesus came and brought redemption, recognition of sin brings about salvation.

Submitted: February 18, 2018

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A song of redemption Iki Mudiaga-Maxwell Aghogho

This song is not yet the Zenith of all songs My abashed soul has to sing For my song is like the refreshing drop That would have restored the rich man’s taste

Let me sing this one song of redemption That keeps on calling “Son, where are you?” From the muddy shadows And clear From the dirty flaming coals that burns Underneath the redness within

Let me sing this one song of redemption That keeps on echoing “Mudiaga, where are you-u-u-u.” In the darkness of the emptiness within And loud In their abode with their eyes in unconcealed concealment

Let me sing this one song of redemption That comforted me under the shadow of shadows And embraced me Under the fainting tear and fainting call Of mother Koala to her offspring

Let me sing this one song of redemption That braced me from the quickness of the patient earth And inclined me From the firm and loose grasp of the nightmare beings

Let me sing this one song of redemption For his lingering shadow In times of timid ignorance And times Of non-abhorrence from Baucus and Venus foaming For his Lingering shadows in times of fluid-less wandering And times Of senseless march to the mouth of their unconcealed eyes For his lingering shadow In times of oafish march for abyss And times Of firm abseil hands in times of abash sail for Hades Let me sing this song of redemption Even when the standard-ness is like a neck standing bottle And when His smiling face scolds me with mercy ribbons In times of faintness


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