On This Day a Son was Born



On this day God poured out His spirit through the man’s seed as his wife will soon conceive. It was unexpected, but happiness poured with excitement and joy as the man was joyous ready to be a father.

He was a hardworking man working from job to job knowing the role a man had to play. His wife to be was intelligent, graduating with a Psychology Degree from Lander University not knowing that in a few years
she was going to have to go back to school for Nursing.

Her husband was going to have to go back working three jobs to support her and the baby. The woman seemed to have forgotten of the angel smiling at her in the kitchen during the years she was only a little girl due to the partying and drinking from frats to family houses.

The Most High must have sent His angel down for a reason, she was chosen like Mary to conceive a chosen seed because she would soon take her husband’s hand.

Then later on that hot summer evening a child was born, then He said, “Here is a light of the world, a remnant seed that I have marked from the womb.”

About this poem

The poem was written in 2020 which tells a story about an unborn child who is prophetically chosen by God to walk this earth as a remnant seed within a corrupt world. It also explains the parent's background and preparation for the child to come.

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Written on April 07, 2020

Submitted by kt_thewriter1021 on April 19, 2023

Modified on April 19, 2023

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