Today, I want to share the work of my cousin, Dwayne. He’s a father, son, brother, husband; an every-day man walking through life’s challenges and pitfalls just like the rest of us. But D has a secret bag of talents stashed deep–REALLY deep–that he’s finally ready to share with the world. Writing is only one of them. It’s his outlet of choice, and he’s beginning to figure out that God gave him this talent for a reason. Today, we’re going to hear what he’s got to say.
I’m proud of you, kid. Always have been; always will be.
If Not Now…When?
I pray so much that my knees are bleeding,
Praying, “Lord please help me, cos my soul need healing.”
Praying, “Lord please help me, cos this sin I’m in got me beaten.”
Through my eyes, you can’t see the turmoil of my soul,
But I’m yearning for just a touch, of the helm of your clothes,
So I’m crying out, “JESUS PLEASE, WAIT DONT LEAVE!!!”
“It’s me; your lost sheep, and it’s through you I hope to gain the salvation I seek.”
My knees still bleeding from the way that I pray,
But God must have me on Do-Not-Disturb cos I don’t think he can hear what I say.
I can’t stand to take an “L” so with every loss that I take,
I re-evaluate my tools and every step of my faith.
With every step I’ve taken, did I keep my eyes on the Lord?
Did I give him my problems, then take them back?
I’ve done that multiple times before.
You say, “Don’t believe in Christ; to each his own my friend.”
But did you know that Jesus will receive you with open arms?
Meaning he will extend to you his holy hand.
You don’t believe in salvation, so that you can forever party in the promised land?
But you believe if you go home,
Into the bathroom with no lights on,
And say his name three times,
In the mirror you will see The Candy-Man.
Is your faith about religion or race?
If your faith is about division, then we’re in the wrong place.
I say, “We’re in the wrong place,” cos division breeds hate.
Jesus is all love y’all; that’s all I’m tryin’ to say.
But I’m only an expert of me; I can’t speak for you all.
Just telling you bits of my truths and progressions as I walk with the lord.
This is my story; a piece of it, if you may.
But before I leave, I have one last thing to say.
I share my story to speak for those who can relate to this.
Let’s get our vertical relationship right before our time expires and our salvation is missed.