I fear pain, death, and slavery
Yet, You tell me I’m free
The chains of death no longer hold me
In my moments of fear
I listen to the father of lies
Telling me I’m an orphan
Abandoned, chained, fallen
Then You rush in with
Your breath of truth and light
Showing me I am free
If it were up to me
I’d be back in the grave
Yet, You have taken the penalty
It is done, finished
Breaking the power of death
Jesus, You have won the victory
This is a guest piece by Anna Hawkes Cabral.
Anna Hawkes Cabral is wife to Luís, a local church elder, and mother to three beautiful children named Abigail, Priscila, and Daniel. She hosts the Unique Mums blog and podcast and writes Christian devotionals and books for women. As well as writing, she works as a freelance English teacher.
She was born in the UK to British parents, and at the age of three, she moved with her family to Portugal. She loves libraries, walking in beautiful parks and going to cafes, if only to get away from the never-ending pile of laundry!
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