When I say "I am A Christian"
 
When I say I am a Christian,
I知 saying I am saved;
And  I知 whispering, I was lost, 
That痴 why I chose His way.
 
When I say I am a Christian,
I don稚 speak out of [self] pride;
I'm confessing that I stumble,
Needing Christ to be my guide.
 
When I say I am a Christian,
I知 not trying to be strong;
I知 professing that I知 weak,
And pray for strength to carry on. 
 
When I say I am a Christian,
I知 not bragging of success;
I知 admitting I have failed,
And cannot ever pay the debt.
 
When I say I am a Christian,
I don't think I know it all;
I submit my confusion,
Asking humbly to be taught.
 
When I say I am a Christian,
I'm not claiming to be perfect;
My flaws are all too visible,
But I'm glad God thinks We're worth it.
 
When I say I am a Christian,
I still feel the sting of pain;
For I still have my share of heartaches,
Which is why I seek His Name. 
 
When I say, I am a Christian,
I do not seek to judge;
Maybe I can point the way,
By sharing God's Love.
 
ゥ Carol S. Wimmer
 
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Have a great day!
 


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