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TITLE: A Saint's Eternal Song
By marcella franseen
08/25/11
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For all those who have found themselves dying in life's ditch of shame and were raised to new life through Jesus Christ.
ďA comedy of errors,Ē she says with a sigh
Isnít that the life Iím leading?
But a comedy itís not, for Iím playing the fool
Itís a drama thatís left me bleeding

I make my choices, sleep in my beds
Chasing the dream of love and freedom
But my dream is a ruse, made up in my head
Now Iím being chased by the demons

Alcohol, drugs, and sleeping around
Broken, in a ditch, left to die
I try to call out, but I utter no sound
The thick shame choking off every cry

Then a voice, I somehow know, calls my name
ďArise, and live!Ē It demands
Iím changed forever, Iíll never be the same
I feel the scars as I take His hands

Clothed in His honor, my shame is gone
His broken body the source of my healing
By His blood, I have love that goes on and on
My freedom bought by His death and rising

A comedy of errors my life is no longer
Much more like an eternal song
Iíll sing the praises of my Lord and Savior
For all of eternity long
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