I DON’T


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Consider myself as anything worth emulating

Why would you waste your time and resources

Trying to become anything worthless in being

I am worthless

I am hopeless

A destitute, standing under the spotlight

There is nothing good within me, except ego

There is nothing good within me except illusions

They went out there, looking for someone to emulate

They travelled far and near, searching for hope in others

Why would you waste your time searching for dry lands

To  anchor your soul on, when the ocean is beckoning on you?

I don’t consider myself to be worth emulating

I don’t consider myself to be worth emulating

I’m wrapped up in sin, Without Christ;

I am a sounding brass,

A trumpet sound, without meaning

Look into the eyes of the ones whose heart has

Been invaded by His (Christ)  very own life

On this dreary side of eternity –

There is a refuge of a savior

For the weary heart and the broken

His worth in them

is worth emulating

  • :: McDaniels Gyamfi \\ 4\27\16 ::
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2 comments

  1. Someone has a question they use in new churches, with new congregations (it came into my head as I was reading your words): “Who is your relationship with?”. The other question they ask is “Why are you here today?”

    I started reading your piece irritated at your put down of one of our Lord’s unique creations. And then embraced the words, the thought, the triggers. And that is very cool McD – very cool indeed! Thank you.

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