Poem: “Let My People Go”

These words I hear.
Calling all victims…
“Come to Me dear”
The cries of His children…
He hears everyday.
He’s sending an army…
to show them the Way.
Moses was sent…
saving many from abuse.
An army is now rising…
for God to again use.
“Let My People Go!
were the words that went out.
“Let My People Go!”
will again be shout.
For the world is larger,
than it was back then.
So an army of Moses,
will be gathered again.
Moses and Aaron,
walking side by side
Teams are building,
with God their guide
For the time has come,
for people to know…
The Lord is shouting,
“Let My People Go!”

Exodus 9:1

“Then the Lord said to Moses, “Go in to Pharaoh and tell him, ‘Thus says the Lord God of the Hebrews: “Let My people go, that they may serve Me.

Prayer:   Lord, I pray for deliverance of all of your children from the bondage which holds them and heal them from their wounds as You reveal Your Mighty Power and turn hearts back to you.. in Jesus’ name..Amen.

19 thoughts on “Poem: “Let My People Go”

  1. Yes! No longer victims but set free to be victorious through the healing work of Jesus. Delivered out of darkness into the marvelous light! Amen and amen to your prayer.

    • Amen. I stand with you in prayer for all the broken as I feel the anointing on your words again.. God hears the cries of His children and is orchestrating a mighty move!!! Many blessings my new friend…

      • God’s heart is with the hurting, bruised and battered to heal and make new. It is happening before our eyes. Hallelujah! Rejoicing with you, friend!

      • Amen.. I have felt that as God gave me my logo and spoke
        “Purple Heart” like wounded soldiers for victims of abuse, that He places a special seal on victims to identify them as His… Please let me know what you think about my new posting about His song that He gave me…

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    • Diana, I can’t thank you enough for standing with me in this fight against abuse that the Lord has called us to. I praise God that He has delivered us from our abusive pasts and has healed us and taught us to overcome so that we can help others to do the same. I thank God that He orchestrates our paths and is bringing Divine connections to achieve His plan for our lives as we walk in obedience to His leading. May God bless you and your family exceedingly and abundantly, that your vats will be overflowing with God’s blessings in your life. Love you, my sister!!

      • Scripture is a valuable tool for us to learn from and for us to not repeat as history can. The Old Testament is a type and shadow as scholars say. It is always a good thing for us to follow God’s precepts and do His will and not follow after our own way. Choosing our own way will lead us on a path to brokenness while choosing God’s will leads us to victory, peace and wholeness.

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  5. Peace be upon you,
    Amen to you prayer. The story of Moses (peace be upon him) is an inspiring one. And I see a new Pharaoh trying to enslave entire nations. However, we shall certainly resist and seek strength in the Almighty.

    • Amen… Almighty God sees all, hears all, and knows all. As back then, His children are being abused and oppressed. I feel a Mighty move of God is being orchestrated as He is calling people to step out and speak out. Only God knows the extent, but the Call is going out!

  6. God has heard each and every cry
    Not one has passed Him by
    A network called His army now strong and true
    This new crew of Lions presents with a power no foe can withstand
    It’s God’s people walking hand in hand

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