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The Gifts of the Holy Spirit: A Pathway to Divine Fulfillment

The concept of the Gifts of the Holy Spirit, as outlined in the New Testament, is a profound testament to the intricate and transcendent relationship between humanity and the divine. These gifts are not merely symbolic tokens; they are transformative powers that enable individuals to transcend their ordinary limitations and align themselves with a higher purpose. To truly grasp the magnitude of these gifts, one must delve into their biblical foundations and understand their psychological and spiritual implications. In 1 Corinthians 12:7-11, the Apostle Paul provides a detailed enumeration of these gifts: “To each is given the manifestation of the Spirit for the common good. To one is given through the Spirit the utterance of wisdom, and to another the utterance of knowledge according to the same Spirit, to another faith by the same Spirit, to another gifts of healing by the one Spirit, to another the working of miracles, to another prophecy, to another the ability to distinguish betwee

Bring Me Down

 




 

 

Is it unfair
Would you be aware
If I might
Catch you in a stare
Now tell me if it's okay
If I walk past your door today
I'm runnin out of happy things to say
But I don't need a funny line
'Cause nobody laughs at a castle
That's crawling down
With every word you
Every game you
Every hate
Come on now tell me
Would it be a better day for you
If you bring me down?
You got your coat and tie
And you're lookin' so cool
In front of the TV camera
All that just to tell us we'll be gone
Now tell me is it all okay
If I tell you you're fuckin' gay
Don't anyone have a happy thing to say
But I don't need a funny line
'Cause nobody laughs at a castle
That's crumbling down
With every word you
Every game you
Every hate
Come on now tell me
Would it be a better day for you
If you bring me down?
Kill me a little
Kill me a little every day
Is it unfair (is it unfair)
To be aware (come on kill me)
If I might ever catch you in a stare
But I don't need a funny line
'Cause nobody laughs at a castle
That's crumbling down
With every word you
Every game you
Every hate
Come on now tell me
Would it be a better day for you
If you bring me down
Why don't you tell me
Would it be a better day for you
If you bring me down
Bring me down
Bring me down
Bring me down

 

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