Wayward definition: adjective. turned or turning away from what is right or proper; willful; disobedient
Must be nice to just fly out the door.
No direction for your feet when they hit the floor.
Riding on a breeze, not a care in your sight.
I bet you’re runnin’ from somethin’ as you take your flight.
You’re not fooling me with that blase’ outlook.
I’ve been there, believe me, I wrote the book!
The wide road you’ve chosen lays before you.
But what’s in store, you haven’t a clue.
Life, this world, your flesh will take you down.
They will leaving gasping for air as you drown.
Wayward soul, what if told you you dont have to fly?
What if I told you Someone awaits for your soul to buy?
A purchase, an agreement where you will gain
freedom…as He washes away every stain.
True repentance will cause your feet to turn towards Him.
A new life He will give you as walk away from all of that sin.