The Narrow Gate

The Narrow Gate

1920 1706 Chara Donahue

I change the way I once did live, I turn
around. To love, to give, a life of gold
transcend, now shift, let truth prevail. Behold
a life today unveiled. Anew, I yearn
to shine. To blind the world, by light reborn.
I broke to joy that fought with might. So life
I found, that bleak, vast night. Fair tears of strife
I leave behind. My plight now starts untorn.

Unique and made for God alone. I cry
my path by grace be shown. Forgive
the lust, the lies, the sick mistakes I made.
I gaze upon the cross; my debt is paid.
In awe I bring a sacrifice. To live
I leave behind my vice. The flesh can die.

 

 

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Chara Donahue

Chara is a freelance writer who is busy at work on her first book. She also enjoys doing biblical counseling, speaking to women, and savoring coffee when her four kids are out playing with dad. She holds a MSEd from Corban University and is passionate about seeing people set free through God's truths. She longs to be a voice that says, "We are in this together, and there is room for us all." You can find more from Chara at her blog Anchored Voices (anchoredvoices.net) and on multiple social media platforms @CharaDonahue.

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