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Felix Joseph Osaeghemede
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In the beginning it was not so
Now the earth groan and humanity moan
Confusion rumble, all is berserk
Limits is stretched, yet it unbreak
In chains, cry many dreams
Oppression the wicked flaunts around
Denigrating, once a bright world
Who can rescue man again?
His pain, echoes unbearable
Which is the way out?
So obvious all groan and roam
How much is redemption?
Its price value is in his blood.
Are there sons in Zion?
Led and powered by the spirit?
I mean true sons from Zion
Yes! I have, all worthy and holy
Sons arise! Heal the world
Liberating the oppressed
Empowering the impoverished
Delivering the depressed
Oh my sons! The earth waits
Anticipating your manifestation
Sons manifest! Yes, manifest!
The fullness of my power
Bringing all to my tower
That my blessing, I will shower
Go display my worth
Liberate the world
Taking strong holds as territories
Establishing my authority and superiority
Manifest my name, same as my fame
Son manifest! Shrinking hell’s expansion
Lord, we will manifest as sons
Hoisting your banner of love
Not breaking our ranks, we will stand
A band of warriors, causing a change
Unleashing sealed destinies
Breaking ageless yokes
Your power alone, we will manifest
True sons, marked for excellence
Souls your heartbeat
We will catch as fish.
Go forth my sons, and manifest
Reconciling destinies to me
An impoverished world
As patched earth
Waits you as rain to reign
Like seed their liberty will sprout
Ending a circle, yet so vicious
My sons manifest!
Manifest my sons!
The world earnestly yearns and wait
Your triumphant landing
As my true sons
Sons again, manifest!
Author:The Holy Spirit.
Felix Joseph Osaeghemede (email@example.com )+2348037825027.
“The world earnestly await our manifestations as God’s sons, for our destiny must nourish
Felix o joseph.