Defining Our Motives

Poem By Donna Lee Womack

What is a motive?
A reason or movement.
Of what could it be; Is it reality?
A move with precision;
A way for the moment;
A warning for our Innerman.

There's hope for our time;
A New covenant; New start.
First in the mind, and then in the heart;
God gave us our life,
So we cannot fail.
His Word can help lift our Innerman.

Giant is he, who believes in and on,
The One who delivers,
using blood for our bond.
Our obedience to God's Word;
Will set one free;
from a motive that has no destiny.

Our actions speak louder than words,
I must say...
Our actions speak louder than words,
I must say...
Our actions speak louder than words,
This I did say...
Stay rooted; and God will go forward.

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