April Humason

Rookie - 10 Points (Fort Worth, Texas)

I'm a Holy Fighter


The devil leached onto my body but I was a fighter
My tomorrow was not guaranteed but Gods love for me was
So I choose to fight fight fight for another day with you
God has choose to take me so please don't cry cause I always fought fought fought to be by your side
I'm a holy fighter
I'm a holy fighter
I'm a holy fighter
cause love is what I fought for

The Devil is angry cause I had will to fight fight fight till my end
My body had been weaken but my mind was stronger
The battles was increasing but I was defeating the devil
I didn't curse or scream cause God was my strength
I know you fought fought fought beside me but know that you have a Angel watching over you now
I'm a holy fighter
I'm a holy fighter
I'm a holy fighter
cause Jesus died for me

My battle ended but you will need to fight fight fight the devil away
The devil will come but God can fight with you
Get down own your knees and thank God for every moment we had to smile, laugh, and love one another
Remember that my love for you was strong but Gods is even stronger
In heaven I will wait till one day I can smile, laugh and love you again
Cause God fought fought fought for our sins to be forgiving
I'm a holy fighter
I'm a holy fighter
I'm a holy fighter
cause God in my corner

Submitted: Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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Reminded me of my Friend who passed away from cancer

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