April Humason

Rookie (Fort Worth, Texas)

Released from his thorns


As I fell down to my knees the devil lost his grip. The Gospel words from the bible rolled of off my tongue. God was cutting Lucifer out of me like the thorn he was. His power over me was vanishing before my eyes. Light was shining through all the darkest corners of more soul. Everything around me was so clear since my demons have been freed. My heart was no longer cold and warmness was in my veins. It felt so good to know your only son gave his life for such a loser as me. Tears poured from my eyes because my heart was beating for only you God. With you in my life I will not be a loser no more because your word is the truth and my perception is a lie.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 23, 2013
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