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The road

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This road is weary, long, and hard.
Looking back to where I've been,
The steep slopes I've climbed,
The peaceful meadows I've crossed.

It's hard to imagine I was dealt this hand,
A never ceasing game,
Or is it more.
Was It fate that lead me here.

I stand alone, or so I think,
For HE stands with me, always.
Even If I do not see HIM,
HE is there.

HE walked with me on the most perilous paths,
HE pulled me up those steep slopes.
HE showed me the way,
And I followed HIM.

Now here is where I stand,
On the precarious cliff,
God stands me up,
While the devil tries to shoot me down.

I take a leap of faith,
The devil grasps for my feet to pull me down,
But God catches me in his arms,
And puts me safely by his side.
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