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 Slaving for JESUS

The chains are broken, now glorified
Is CHRIST resurrected in Cuba who died
A man whose past paints desperate measures
Today has found his Earthly treasure

The Lord foretold what He would be
A man of GOD who hears the pleas
Of all who call upon our maker
The giver of life and not forsaker

Command he would Cuba to rise
Through trials of fire breaking Hells tie
That slaved a man to all but him
Cuba would learn to forsake sin

The highway to Hell was walked for years
The path now claimed what SATAN feared
A man reborn in Heavens light
Rebuking thoughts that once brought plight

He's seen ugly, once wretched soul
Today he walks and Gods hand holds
No more Nieta or nephew to
The world sinful he's traveled through

His chains unseen were once the weight
That weighed more than this man could take
But blessed is he, that changed his ways
Cuba, Luis, knows CHRIST today

No fancy car, no diamond rings
No gold jewelry or worldly things
For GOD gives all just what they need
Eternal life if we concede

There is but one hurdle to jump
More like a pebble, maybe a bump
Each day to stay in faith and say
Today my Lord, now and always

Slaving for JESUS he now proclaims
Glory to CHRIST who broke his chains


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