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Envy, jelousy, gossipping, anger, etc. Monsters that creep into our lives and can overtake us if we are not careful. We need to let the fruits of the spirit be the dominate traits in our lives and not the nature of our earthly being...
Danette Kettwich 1/9/2008
There’s a monster in my closet
I try to keep him hidden there
Every now and then he creeps out
And reeks havoc everywhere.
I strongly despise this monster
I don’t like the way he plays
He makes a mess of everything
I wish he would just go away!
Sometimes his eyes are emerald green
Sometimes they are glowing red
My hearts prayer that he would
Just be a gentle kitten instead!
I try to keep the monster hidden
I don’t want people to see
How terrible I can become
When I let him take over me!
This monster is “human nature”
He lives in the hearts of all
If we don’t keep him on his leash
He will grow and have a ball!
I pray this annoying monster
Stays in the closet over there,
When I feel he is escaping
Please Lord, make me well aware!
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