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TITLE: NO MORE COMFORT ZONE
By Samuel Connelly
09/06/06
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I got a letter in the mail, that was very discouraging... I responded with this poem. They responded back that they liked the poem and did want to be living fully abandoned to Jesus, but had fear. He is no longer a contton candy Christian.
No More Comfort Zone

Here we go again so,
Donít even make me start.
Iím doing all I can,
You wonít even do your part.
Are you trying and talk me down,
Stop my mission? Youíre insane
Stopping this man,
Is like stopping a hurricane.

Iím freaking out hard core,
Preaching about the cross
You say that Iím a novice loser,
Because Iím called to the lost?
Thatís alright my mission is in range,
Iím running as fast as I can,
I have no time for your games.

But I hope you see,
That you could be free
If you would just flee
Your cotton candy Christianity

No More Comfort Zone!
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