I feel so alone as I sit in church surrounded by my fellow brothers and sisters. I turn around, I see darkness creeping up, I see light ahead fading away. I pick up the pace but can’t catch up Soon this darkness will overcome me. I start to run fast as I can, the lights coming back, until I run into a hole, tripped, and fell on my face. I stand back up, overtaken by darkness, I’m standing my ground, fighting my demons. I can’t win by myself, I need you God, I’m fighting an ever-losing battle. I get knocked down, face In the dirt, I can’t pick myself back up. I cry out for your forgiveness begging for you to come into my heart. Make me pure give me clean hands. You say my son I am with you, who can be against you. Pick yourself up once more and tell you are defeated. I stand to my feet, at the top of my lungs I shout darkness you are defeated so loud that light begins to shine out of my mouth, as I look around all I see is light, no darkness in sight. I’m finally free from that bondage that once held me down
I am a full time missionary living on the Navajo Nation on the New Mexico/Arizona state line. I am here with Navajo H2O at the First American Dream Center, and we help the Navajo people! Tuesday's and Thursday's we are open for them to come and receive food, we service both New Mexico and Arizona, in conjunction to that we give out free clothes and other donated stuff. When we are not busy, I like to go hiking up the mountains or just sit around and read a good book.