In my head there are two voices.
One speaks of love, integrity, and salvation.
The other speaks of lies, hate and damnation.
The bad one lets me know that I am surrounded by Doctors, Lawyers, important people and such.
Whispers that I’m a high school drop out. Just a truck driver, and I’ll never amount to much.
He says I’m alone in this world no one really cares for me.
You’re nothing and it’s not hard for everyone to see.
Go back to your drinking and drug buddies where you really belong.
That is the comfortable place where you fit in and you can really call home.
All this religion they speak of is it really going to be true.
I tell you this, if it is, it won’t be for you.
You have never amounted to anything before.
Just hang around long enough I won’t need to say anymore.
Thank God I have another voice I listen to now.
He’s the one that has brought me through my turmoil by his grace somehow.
He’s always been there to lend a helping hand.
Together he and I make a real good stand.
He tells me I’m worth his blood and his life.
He’s gave me a family. Beautiful kids and a loving wife.
He tells me it doesn’t matter who we are on the outside.
The inside is what counts I’m washed in the blood, saved by his grace, and Never Hide!
In his eyes we are all equal and should stand together.
In the end we will all be in the same heaven forever.
He tells me we shouldn’t spend wasted time getting complaisant with one another.
We should be out searching for the lost, and telling them how to be a Christian sister and brother.
The ones in the Church have a good foundation and are on their way.
People that are lost is who we need to be in search of every minute of every day.
Go in peace knowing you fit in and you are my son.
Search for the lost and spend time with them until their battle is won.
This is what matters as the end draws near.
It’s time to get out of the comfort zone instead of just sit here.
By: Robert L. Williams, Jr.