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TRUST JESUS TODAY
This is a message for all who live life.
Love doesnít protect from deceit
when betrayal hands lifeís receipt.
Honesty can never be gained
if the soulís character stands stained.
Each individual needs hope
when life seems really out of scope.
Itís from weakness we long to see
the strength that pronounces us free.
Itís true not everyoneís the same
when considering whoís to blame.
Society determines what
character is overall sought.
Life against the grain isnít waste
if the soul stomps weakness into paste.
Betrayal is lifeís turmoil
that honesty calls out soiled.
Breathing is just a human act
that influences words of tact.
Itís words of tact that speaks how all
our personalities will fall.
Love, honesty, blame and shame
shape us completely in lifeís frame.
Strength, weakness, betrayal, and sin
determine direction life can win.
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