Unconditional love through our omission

Fail is
To be unable to achieve a goal
Yet the ability to neglect something that needs to be done

God? As in the Elohim, the King of kings, the one and only that reigns supreme

My question is
How often do we fail him?
Too often we fail
To fail a God that can never fail us
Such behaviour to neglect such a God

To be lusting for His Job
Living our life in schizo
Living our life to be the God of ourself
For some to say
I don’t need God
But to not need him
Is to not need love right?

As I speak I could simply say
Thank you God for these poems
For as of right now
I have got it in control
So you can go
For you have done enough

But understand
For us to have the wheel of our life
Will only lead us to crash
Crash flat on our back
Fallen down
For fallen men we have become
Fallen short of His Glory we do
But God
Who so purposely
Pours His mercy
To so purposely
Raise us up
As He fully raised up
Three days in the tomb
Slapping death
Till he resurrects up
Into His Kingdom of love

Our daily living
Days where we feel our belief dying daily
As we daily fail him
But God
Who daily lives
To forgive
And still love
How He daily lives
To not Give us up
To have us planted in His hands of perfection

Having Him being the author of our faith
We are to stand strong
Never doubt
Trust him
For we fail
Leaving him to get nailed
For he bled
So we can be saved
Having us to fail no more
Keeping us from stumbling is a God who reigns

We launch our voice with praise
He launches His love
Towards us With a catapult
Of unconditional Love
Raising our hands
For him to grab hold of us

By Tobi Ajadi


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