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Shadows -part 2

.....Once those chains are broken
And the pain and anger has deceased,
The broken hearts and battered lives 
Have yet to be relieved.
Relieved from all the burdens,
Weighing down their lives.
Breaking apart their families,
And wanting one to die.
An out burst feeling of utter joy
Fills within their hearts.
Their wounds are healed and scars are stitched 
And one given a chance for a new start.
A chance to get rid of 
All the ugly things inside
To make yourself whole again,
And get rid of all the pride.
A chance to be happy, 
Joyful and alive.
A chance to realize 
That we need to trust GOD with our lives.
So as long as there will be hate and pain 
And dishonesty in our hearts,
They will never go away
Until we make a new start.
So don't let them in your homes,
Your car or at your jobs.
Where there is evil there are shadows,
Seeking lives to tear apart.
Before you enter the door to your home
Say a little prayer.
Let EVERY  evil spirit be known
That GOD is your saviour and dwells there.
That they will not be allowed entrance
Into the pathways of your home.
That they will leave and go away 
For they will be fearful of The LORD.
Ask GOD to send his soldiers
To guard the doors and windows.
To deny and demon entrance 
Who dares mess with GOD'S SHADOWS.
Pray that any man who walks into your home
Feel the presence of GOD there
And to all let it be known.
To no evil, no demon, no spirit,
Shall enter the presence of GOD.
That good shadow-vs- bad shadow 
Will be fighting the war of GOD.

Alicia Griego 2/12/02

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