Go – Décima

My soul’s a knotty network mess.
I know some demons have to go,
perhaps them all. I’d love to show
them to the door. I do confess
I chose this curse, but who could bless
me chained with guilt and justly bound?
They block my way. They’re all around.
“You’ve still one path to liberty:
Yes, faith in Jesus sets you free.”

And now no demons can be found.

Ronovan Hester offers the rhyme word “go” to be used in a B line of a décima having rhyme pattern ABBAACCDDC in this week’s Decima Poetry Challenge. Eugenia offers the word “network” for this week’s Thursday Prompt.

I’ve been listening to and reading Derek Prince on expelling demons.

Ronovan's Decima Poetry Challenge Image
Ronovan’s Decima Poetry Challenge Image
Eugenia’s Prompt Image

Author: Frank Hubeny

I enjoy walking, poetry and short prose as well as taking pictures with my phone.

15 thoughts on “Go – Décima”

    1. We heard about him only last week. We have watched many of his videos and have ordered some books. I am glad you know about him. It adds to my confidence in what he is teaching. Thank you, Michael!

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  1. Well written. Thank God there are no demons anymore. I have made it a habit to say some shlokas , prayer verses, when a negative thought comes to mind. Some times such thoughts keep coming and each time I say the prayer in my mind. Those thoughts stop coming after some time.

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    1. Those prayer verses sound interesting. It is good to have prayers ready. I do think there are many demons out there, but I didn’t really think about it till I heard Derek Prince. Thank you, Lakshmi!

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