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Words of Encouragement

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Singing in My Cell

by Lawrence Medici

The loneliness and pain is real,
But Faith has taught me how to feel,
And that is why you hear my shout,
For someday God will call me out.

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Born again in Prison,
Sentenced to Life, plus 10 years,
I spend my time Praising God,
for calming all my fears.

I often look outside my cell,
And notice there’s a crowd,
Wondering how, in a place like this,
I can sing so loud.

So when the guard opens the gate,
I tell them that God took my hate,
With love mere words could never tell,
That’s why I’m singing in my cell.

Not long ago, there was a time,
I had no song, I had no rhyme,
But Jesus saved my soul from hell,
And now I’m singing in my cell.

The loneliness and pain is real,
But Faith has taught me how to feel,
And that is why you hear my shout,
For someday God will call me out.

But if in prison I must die,
They can put me in the ground,
But my soul will still be singing,
“I once was lost, but now I’m found!”

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