No Darkness Can Hold Me (poem)
Free, free, free, I'm free in the name of Jesus.
The enemy can't touch me,
because I'm free, free, free.
He tried to hold me in fears grip,
But, Jesus came along and rescued me, and now I'm free, free, free.
The enemy tried to keep me in bondage to sin,
But, Jesus came along and broke the bonds within, and now I'm free, free, free.
I found out he had no darkness that could hold me,
Because Jesus broke through the darkness with His most Holy Light.
The enemy had lied to and deceived me,
Jesus crashed through with His Truth and stripped all lies and deception away.
There are no lies and deception in Jesus,
There is no darkness that can hide from His most Holy Truth.
Free, free, free, I'm free through Jesus' Blood.
The darkness tried to consume me, But, Jesus saved my life.
He filled me with His holiness, And now, I am so free, free, free.
All of darkness cringes at the Most Holy Lord,
For soon He will return to consume all of His enemies,
And they will be no more to deceive anyone again.
2005 © No Fear Here Ministries – Caroline Alderson
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I couldn't read this, I had to sing it in my head! So uplifting and meant to be set to music I am sure.
Caroline, Very nice piece. I couldn't stop reading it! It would make a good song, no doubt. May God continue to bless your work. Sincerely, Dan Blankenship