Posted by: Pure Glory | 02/03/2017

Prophetic Poem

by Apostle Gabriel Cross

Locked up, but thank God I wasn’t locked out
Living like a prisoner, cause I Believed the lie that I couldn’t be free
Shackles on me
Chains on me
All because of my negative unbelief…Selah

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  1. Lord Jesus, reveal to us our places of strongholds so that we might surrender our shackles to You. Break every chain as we praise Your great name. Amen

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  2. Awesome insight. May I recognize that my chains are broken and I’m no longer in bondage because of what Christ has done, I’m free.

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  3. Beautiful picture and beautiful analogy.

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  4. Hallelujah! For what satan had planned to keep me prisoner of, the Lord Jesus Christ has set me free from such shackles. 🙂


  5. Hi,
    That is one very sad poem. However, it is very well written and it is obvious your readers love it. I met you on Danny’s blog.
    Maybe you can check out my blog. My site offers blogging tips. I also have regular blog parties. I actually host 10 blogging events each month.

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    • Janice thanks for stopping by Pure Glory. There is some light to the poem as it is seen there is a way out, to be set free. I will come and visit your blog.


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