Trying to find the solution,
But not giving her time to speak saying baby,
I have already dumb down to my conclusion.
Deceiving yourself thinking the growth
I’ve wanted I already have,
Neglecting his daily bread.
But like Aj I want to just do it, yet I’m starving the spirit.
Yes, my footsteps supposed to be ordered,
But I try to cancel his order,
At that moment the devil hits me where
I’m weakest telling me that I’m still a sinner.
See! That’s what happened when I took the lead,
I’m not the owner of my life nor the captain of my soul,
I’ll only end up wrecking myself every time I try to control.
Thinking maybe I have freedom, being a St. Lucian,
Being independent but I’m hurting myself
Because I’m not being dependent on him.
Thinking of ways to erase my past,
Maybe white out can white out
These dark errors of my past.
But Christ! Gave up his last breath for me
Before he said it is finished,
So my sin he forgets it.
Blessed is the man God don’t hold his sin against him,
Echoed sounds of his hands and feet being hammered down,
Fear because I’m not fluent in my speech.
So I don’t get what I need because
I don’t constantly seek,
And for that I’m guilty,
That a man who knew no sin became sin for a wretch like me.
So how could I say God’s not fair?
Pulled you out of darkness,
Into his marvelous light
And yet we still feel like he owes us something.
If he wasn’t fair he could simply
Unlock the code of your lungs safe
Taking back the breath, the same breath
He gave man in the beginning of Genesis
Yet you believe your own made up philosophies
Because you think he’s not the one who can truly
Forgive man of their sins
So we say things like I don’t want to let go
Because I don’t know what the future holds
Why worry about tomorrow when he is the one
That holds your tomorrows.
So what were you saying about God not being fair again?
I believe he cried the day he laid his life for you
So I’ll ask again has God ever been unfair.