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Sinful Actions

When did the pain begin?
When did I let it sink in?

Its hard to be the better person?
After everything you have done?

You let Satan in allowing him to show his wrath
Now you've hurt everyone in your path

You thought you'd win when while your really losing
Everything you've loved because what your choosing

I hope you see what you have lost
What your sinful actions have cost

You no longer to him are true
Theres no one to blame here but you

So while you go around living your life
Being a whore instead of being a wife

Remember our true God the one you could always trust
If he looked at you now, would he find your actions just

Oh how I want to smack some sense into your mind
But I doubt it would help, since your sin has caused you to be blind

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  1. Date: 12/5/2011 6:03:00 AM
    This Is Very Good!! i can relate!! :) good job.. thank you for the comment you left to

  1. Date: 7/23/2009 7:47:00 PM
    Your write is very good, and it reaches deep into the inner-being of it says in the bible, to confess with your mouth, and believe with your heart, your sins will be forgiven...even though i've had my "fair-share" in sins i'd always as God for forgiveness (for other things too) and to come into my life, even though the first time you do so, God sees you as his son (or daughter for females) Jesus...i pray you keep up with your good writes...God Bless you and take care...<3 Brittany

  1. Date: 7/23/2009 1:44:00 PM
    Jessica, The wonderful thing about being human is that every day we have the opportunity to change ourselves. I believe that God will forgive my sins but I must refuse them myself. Excellent write and sentiment. Love, Will