Tales Of A Christian

I journeyed through the world, overland and overseas. I was born where the sun never sets and never rises. I was purged out into a place, where the heat became my second skin.I went through thick and thin, and I became an African prince.

He took my pain, sorrows and all my sins, even when I became a slave to iniquity.trying to discover myself without an identity, my life was written like a story, oh what a Genesis. Although I went through all this trials but I never ceased, even when I sang with the choir, they called my predicament a disease, until I had an encounter with the king of kings, last year at the night of bliss;

The rain fought for me to be free and i was free ineed, how can i ever forget God's word when they are planted on my skin, In this breath of life God breathed to begin.

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