Frank Pulver

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As I Walk Through The Valley Of Death


As it say in the bible: As I walk to the valley of death,
That in that final day,
I know how everything will affect me, even my breath.
As it is told to continue to believe in the message that He trying to tell me and you,
From what was told in the Old and New,
Believe in Christ and that He died for our sins,
As long as we firmly believe in this, we always will win.
By this we know that He rose,
To show me that I should always forgive my friends or foes.
By this I know has God has poured a favor unto me,
And that is to prepare for battle and try to get everyone to else to see.
That our common life will sooner or later end.
But as long as we wear the Amour of Love, our life will be on the mend
I know that this Amour is true by him working on me by His Grace,
This is why I always show a smile on my face.

Submitted: Friday, May 17, 2013
Edited: Friday, May 17, 2013

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By Frank Pulver
April 28,2011

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