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Grace

Unmerited favor from God
 Perhaps you want another ice cream flavor
 For by grace are you saved through faith
 Giving you something you don't eve deserve
 A love that will not let me go
 You make a mistake and we all do
 Later you think you are all through
 But you pray & repent
 God exchanges your filthy rags for his riches
 It's a lot like washing your dirty dishes
 God's love for you is the great
 eternal constant amidst all the inconsistencies of your daily walk with him
 He came to open our heart to turn us from Satan onto God
 that we may have forgiveness of sins
 and inheritance among us which is sanctified by grace that is within us
 Look we all stuble through the word which has been spoken
 It's truly a gift from God to you
 Love is the true essence of his existence
 A surprise of a sparkling array of care
 To let you know that God is always there
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Submitted by hitalot on August 20, 2017

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Mario William Vitale

Mario William Vitale is a twentieth century poet. He has developed a style of free verse. Has written over one thousand poems. more…

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