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Meshack Dasco

Rookie - 83 Points (10-10-1987 / Minna, Niger-State)

Freedom In Grace - Don‘t Misuse


quite often - flesh‘s freedom
is no freedom at all.
the orgies of flesh alone -
is not freedom in grace.
the push and pulls of our nerves -
are not freedom in grace.

what do i have to say?
freedom in christ - is not carnal freedom
to power flesh‘s nerves and carnal taste.
the way out?
holy spirit‘s sensitization, prioritization above flesh.
we are under the spirit‘s law of life in Christ.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, April 16, 2013

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