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Vision: Poetry On Odyssey

Clarity, vision, future.

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Vision: Poetry On Odyssey
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With clear direction, you told Habakkuk to write the vision and make it plain.
In your perfect word; you said although what is to come may tarry, one day it will come.

Just as he believed you then, I believe you now.

My faith is pure and leaves no room for doubt.

Over and over, a way continues to be made for me.

Every need has a provision; for you will never forsake me.

To be obedient to your will is simply not enough.

I seek you, that is, a relationship with you.

Understanding and truth, in prefect harmony with you.

I realize my ways are not your ways and your thoughts are not my thoughts.

But I must do better. I must achieve a pure heart.

Only the pure of heart will see you.

That is my goal. Just think: to dwell in the same environment as you.

The faith as if Abraham.

The wisdom as if Solomon.

The heart as if David.

The honesty and devotion as if Daniel.

Your WILL is my desire for my life.

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