(An adaptation from 2 Corinthians 3:1- 18)
I walk into sunrise of believe today
To show the heaven in me
To proclaim eternal testimonies
Of the man whose body is full of grace and truth
The son of the one whose body is built with eternity.
I was birth through letters
With an heart of stone
I was a living dead,
When I with my mouth declared
My heart believe in death and resurrection
Governed by the Holy spirit and I was rebirth, am alive.
I have hope; I vomit words with plainness of speech
My mind is not blinded by law blinds
The eyes of my understanding is open
I am free; I am not in chains grip
Oh my soul sings, my spirit shout
To the Lord, My God, My strength.
With face free of scales
I am looking into the Word
The mirror of God’s glory,
Transfigure daily into His image
Ever increasing in splendour, from frequency to frequency;
Who did this? The Lord who is the Spirit.
Ojo Adewale Iyanda writes from Ibadan where he volunteers at foundation for student mission as a Missionary. He believes in God’s word and in its transformation.
He is a poet, a writer whose works have been published on WRR, Tuck Magazine and elsewhere.
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