Great Success One day an Angel asked the Lord, Why Messiah do you morn?
He said “I see a soul, whose life will be shaken and be torn
What will he do, without the right guidance?
What of his future? There is nothing but silence.”
So with delicate hands and tears of Love
The Lord worked a miracle
On a Soul named Michael
The Angels gathered and were amazed
As he shaped and molded; a future was raised.
“I’ll give him strength and I’ll give him Speed
For both of these he will surely need,
To break away from the path he’ll lead.”
“Many dangers, he will face,
I must protect him, with my grace,
So Love and Wisdom, Understanding,
All of these I am Commanding!
He will need these, to keep standing.
He’ll struggle at first, I can suffice
To use these in his daily life”
The demons in his mind will Rage
When my love for him; his life will Raise Oh,
what Joy, I’ll have when he,
Finally Trusts in ME,
To lead his life eternally
I’ll bless his life, wife and children
And they will always love and adore him
While Walking thru, this briary Knoll
Life’s dark roads will take their toll
His, will not, be an easy stroll
So I’ll give him will and I’ll give him Fire
To help him fight, thru the Briar
He’ll have some scars They’ll say what a mess
But I in Heaven shall say, Great Success!”
And the Angels sang, as he finished
For what a miracle, they had witnessed.
By: Todd B
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