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No Entitlement
(March 8,1994 - / )

No Entitlement

Poem By Dexsta Ray

I've no entitlement, for success, without the work, I ain't expect
Some kind of gain without
Faith
That, even Manna, needed, for it's manifesting, I think, I mean, I thought
That maybe I could be successful at something, that's just a positive, a lot is still
On YHWH's agenda, before I got forreal
My watch was simply praying, and saying the Scripture's pages loud
Until I witnessed changes in my life, in such a way, and not today, but small beginnings
Was a couple of years away, hear for faith, I need to feed my Spirit with it, call existence to me, strictly, all provisions, all decisions
Shaped reality, I aimed to stay within the Arc until I made it, build my patience
Everything I dreamed, I live, I'm simple, YHWH is success, and faith is that connection to Him
I don't care
I'm still impressed, and just enough for me, if there's more, the Lord is faithful

But, I wasn't entitled, it's grace

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Thankfulness for what you have been endowed with and what you will receive in future gives a glimpse of your inner world. This makes our life worthy of living. Thanks. I'm still impressed, and just enough for me, if there's more, the Lord is faithful But, I wasn't entitled, it's grace


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