Cycle Of Sin (a song)

As I tip the scales of faith and fear,
I know that You’re always near,
You’re trying to calm me down,
So, I don’t, I don’t disappear.

Getting lost, on my own…

Going to weigh this way,
Going to weigh that, 
Looking for the warning label, 
You said this has.

On the edge of the pool,
Ready to jump in,
Lord forgive me…
Forgive me…

As I dive back into sin…

Chains around my demons,
Still hearing them call.
You deafen my ears,
Can’t hear them at all.

Still I run, thinking they’re in reach,
Afraid they are following me,
I indulge to clear the fear,
Even though you made them… disappear.

Going to weigh this way,
Going to weigh that, 
Looking for the warning label, 
You said this has.

On the edge of the pool,
Ready to jump in,
Lord forgive me…
Forgive me…
As I dive back into sin.

Standing on mount of disbelief,
Calling out your name,
Reveal my true destiny, 
Forgive me, for wanting all this fame.

Then I do it, all again…

Going to weigh this way,
Going to weigh that, 
Looking for the warning label, 
You said this has.

On the edge of the pool,
I am ready to jump in,
Lord forgive me…
Forgive me…
As I dive back into sin…

Cycle of transgressions, 
Backsliding down that hill,
You are always by my side,
You gave me freewill…

And yet, here I still…

Going to weigh this way,
Going to weigh that, 
Looking for the warning label, 
You said this has.

On the edge of the pool,
Ready to jump in,
Lord forgive me…
Forgive me…
As I dive back into sin.

Published by Jenn Till Lee Copyrighted, all rights reserved.

Writing poems as an outlet for healing. My hope is in Christ

2 thoughts on “Cycle Of Sin (a song)

  1. When I read your poems Jenn, I have often felt that they were songs! I’ve even wanted to say to you that as well as a poet you ARE a songwriter. In New Zealand where I live we have a saying ‘kia kaha’ which translated means ‘stay strong!’. Kia Kaha Jenn! Blessings to you!

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