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Aboyomi Bayete

I understand through you the meaning
of your name mean the ruler between
god and man. But do you understand God’s
plan for you? Jesus came down to make
your soul brand new.

Jesus loves you no matter what you did.
He already knows everything you’re done
And even ever thing you may do.

He’s knocking at the door of your heart
Let him in because He wants to give you
a new start.

Ruler between god and man,
meet the creator and hear out His
plan for you. Surrender all mind, body,
and soul. What God has for you is far
better then gold.

He understands your hurts and pains
He knows the things you done even the
 things that makes you ashamed.

He wants your final resting place to be
heaven not hell. Listen closely what
 I said, listen and don’t you rebel because
If you don’t pay close attention your
Final resting place will be in hell.
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Submitted on March 08, 2011

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Born in Atlanta, Georgia to the parents of Leo and Paulette Sheats on February 9, 1965, the third child in a family of five. She started to write poetry at the age of 11. Angela love reading, writing and computers, from programming computers, troubleshooting them, writing blogs, website etc. She is a daughter, mother, wife and grandmother. more…

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