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TRUST JESUS TODAY
Oh- let us not (as some are wont to do)
allow the passing of years
to become a platform of justification
for bitterness and bickering,
where the once endearing nuances
are now fuel for deep dislike
or even worse -- disinterest.
No - let us continually beat down the walls that
brick by brick
would separate and isolate.
Let us fight, fully engaged
for what has been given us -
good and bad
better and worse
beginning and end,
Knowing the truth that
two are better than one
and experiencing a profound redemption
as we choose to
what we once began.
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