You Can Save Me

a poem by Reginold Ajay Jacob, India

Law of cause and effect,
Has a role to play every time,
Yet I seek for mercy,
Which in thee I can find.

Crimson red are my sins,
Clear as snow is thy grace,
I need thy mercy,
And I seek thy face.

Not in accordance to my deeds,
But in accordance to thy grace,
Give me thy assurance,
That I this Goliath may face.

Goliath challenges loud and clear,
I stand as an Israelite shaken to core,
Where is David, who on God relies,
Call him, call him, before I die.

Isaiah heard the voice of the lord,
And he said here am I send me,
Now as I hearken to thy voice,
I’ll say here am I send me

Turn me to David,
Use my dried out bones,
Thy command makes an army to rise,
Where the dead bones in the valley doth lie

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