I don’t need another Savior

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Recently written, this is a thought process birthed out of a recognition that Jesus as Savior is sufficient, and that I don’t need any other pseudo savior. I don’t need any other person or idol. I don’t need any coping mechanism. I don’t need something else other than Jesus to comfort me. I don’t need any thing or anyone other than Jesus to save me. And no other person needs me as their go-to. No one needs me as a stand in savior for when life gets hard.

We, as humans, need each other as friends and family, but not as “stand-in pseudo saviors” for when we are questioning or don’t understand what Jesus is doing in our lives. One Savior, Jesus, will do. We don’t need multiple saviors. We just need One who actually saves.

He will bring everything back to His original intent, and it will all work out. In the meantime, I will be persistent in keeping my thoughts focused on and trusting in the only Savior who actually saves.

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I Don’t Need Another Savior
By: Morgan Gascho
July 31, 2017

I don’t want another
No, I already have One
I don’t need another Savior

Plan A won’t always make sense
To my conscious mind
Conscious soul, even Spirit divine
It may take time to understand

Father of time, You’re outside of time
Outside the box
And, oh I know I like to understand
Like to check off the list, like to write out a plan

No Plan B will happen for me
You will bring everything back
Originality

My first, My One, My Only

No, I don’t need another
No, I don’t want another
I already have a Savior

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About morgangascho

I grew up in Iowa, USA (famous for growing corn). I'm contemplative, I love writing, and blogging has become a hobby. Writing worship music is a way to engage in sweet conversation with the Divine Creator of the Universe, Jesus. He is my life. I am hidden in Him and I pray that someday I will know what that means. Until then, I'm seeking His glory, waiting for the day when it will all be revealed to me.
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