When I Say, “I Am A Christian”

When I Say, “I Am A Christian”

Publisher’s Note: We had earlier featured a version of this poem which we later learnt is adulterated. After a couple of correspondences with the real author, please read the original version of the poem below and be blessed by it: When I say, “I am a Christian” I’m not shouting, “I’ve been saved!” I’m whispering, “I get lost sometimes That’s why I chose this way” When I say, “I am a Christian” I don’t speak with human pride I’m confessing that I stumble Needing God to be my guide When I say, “I am a Christian” I’m not trying to be strong I’m professing that I’m weak And pray for strength to carry on When I say, “I am a Christian” I’m not bragging of success I’m admitting that I’ve failed And cannot ever pay the debt When I say, “I am a Christian” I don’t think I know it all I submit to my confusion Asking humbly to be taught When I say, “I am a Christian” I’m not claiming to be perfect My flaws are all too visible But God believes I’m worth it When I say, “I am a Christian” I still feel the sting of pain I have my share of heartache, Which is why I seek His name When I say, “I am a Christian”

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