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TRUST JESUS TODAY
Written for Christians to encourage them to stand up to the Evil One without fear of him, but with the strength of the Lord.
Donít Let Satan Have His Way! 10/14/11
Help the Lord fight evil today.
Donít let fear stand in the way.
ďVengeance is Mine,Ē saith the Lord,
But this is an ungodly world,
And we must each do our own part.
Jesus needs our helping heart
To drive out Satan, make him flee
With the Cross of the Trinity.
We are Godís holy servants here
Until the day He appears.
We are the Lordís army of saints
Doing His will without complaints.
We must war and go to battle
Against each evil rattle
Of the Evil Oneís fist at God,
Take the sword and donít spare the rod.
Be brave and donít faint in the day!
God is with you all the way!
His will is that you give it all
Once He has given you the call.
Copyright 2011 by Brenda LaVelle
Always, in all ways, to God the honor and glory!
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