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I Am The Fire

   The early morning frost lies on the ground so delegently.
    There it has the viewship of a large fluff of a white cloud. and
    and all around one can feel the Simplicity..(!!)
    And yes....the peace and scenery reminds you that, some higher
   omnipotent being (God) is mighty in His abyss of providing-prove that
     favor comes from much higher. "I Am The Fire."
    While the wet-dew is responsible for implementing the ground. "
    "I Am The Fire, without me...(Creation) whom I am called.."  "There is
     no life, power to accend and strength of Glory, from the tip of my finger
     Comes...spring, summer and fall, Creation is my middle name, God an Holy-
    Spirit is presentable.  All of my children's would you call me, and then could
      you trust-me...(God) and read about my unpleasent story."
      The early morning...frost. The crime of horror,  creeps amonst us each day
    that the (friend) does shine. And a beautiful day still brings an
     comforting solvency to enable the dreams to come true.  I am the fire...(who)
    ...are you..??
      "I Am The Fire, my accomplishment is only mortified by me being a servant. "And
        You must tell someone how your pain and the exchange of overcoming the
       obstacles, has-lead you to this house which is call Peace, and tell them may it
      be all-that-one must acquired." Let us come together, let us pray...{then} I shall
     show-up and showout because of what Love is here from beyond much-much Higher.

      "I Am The Fire,"  "I Am that I Am."  (Fire)

Copyright © John Streeter

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