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TRUST JESUS TODAY
All welcomed. This is a short poem describing the Lord's influence in my life
If you look up in the sky, you may see a bird or a plane; you will not see me.
I canít fly.
I canít leap tall buildings in a single bound.
I cannot freeze the air in a single breath.
My vision is not X-rayed.
My strength is not comparable exponentially to that of 100 men.
Cut me, I bleed; bullets penetrate my flesh.
I donít possess extraordinary hearing.
Alone, I am an ordinary man.
But Iíll tell you what I do have.
Iíve got the Lord in me.
In the name of Jesus, I can move mountains with a single command.
Through him, Iím able to leap tall obstacles in a single faithful bound.
With God by my side, my vision penetrates the invisible snares of the devil.
By the Holy Spirit, my ears can pick up Godís voice amidst the chatter of the world.
Satanís blades do not draw blood; His fiery arrows do not penetrate my flesh.
By the power of Godís Holy word, I am remade, more than a mere man.
I am a Super-man.
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