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Rain on Me

Rain on me.
I see the colors of the rainbow
And feel the tears I wiped on
My brow.
Red, orange, yellow, green, blue,
Indigo and violet.

I feel the fire in my eyes fighting
for righteousness. My eyes glimmer
As I squeeze out my tears and fears.

I fought for Jesus Christ and am still
Fighting hard to save those lost souls
Who have not yet accepted Him as
Lord and savior, who have yet not
Been born again.

I feel the holy temple of my body
And the Holy Spirit within,
That I can at least save one soul,
That I can do this in Jesus name.

We must seriously accept Jesus Christ as
lord and savior. I feel this in my heart
Now that I'm saved.

Then we must water the seed of heaven
As I'm doing right now. A yellow mustard seed,
So tiny yet it grows so fast. It has leaves of yellow
Flowers which are edible and can be placed on sandwiches.
The mustard leaves grow close together,
As we grow close to God in clusters of love. :)
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Submitted on October 08, 2013

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Single. I'm currently a volunteer at the Salvation Army and I do work for Habitat Humanity. I like to go to church every day and run six days a week. I train for marathons and I finished my first novella.I have a passion for sharing and writing poetry. My poems also appear on YouTube under Ronald Bunch. Follow me on Twitter at @BunchRonald more…

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