Let your will be done!
I am no better a fool!
To desire for such a fame,
Which does need years of patience,
To be called by my LORD:
Faithful among my entire household- ABRAHAM
Most humble man on the earth-MOSES
The man after my own heart-DAVID
There is no one on earth like him; he is blameless and upright, a man who fears God and shuns evil-JOB.
My desire might be appreciated
Yet I understand, how hard it is to be so.
I am Unique of HIS creation
And so HIS Plan for me.
Never can I immitate, is all I learnt!
I pray with a broken heart
And confess my silly wish,
LORD guide me through
Your perfect will
For this beloved child of yours! AMEN.
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