King Status

by Tracy R Offer

Demanding to have king status with disloyal features
Demanding to have king status with many queens
Demanding to have king status with many child like tendencies
Demanding to have king status with
many fools at your side
Demanding to have king status and fails to follow the Mighty King
King Definition:
1. the male ruler of an independent state, 
esp. one who inherits the position by right of birth
2.the most important chess piece, of which each player has one, 
which the opponent has to checkmate in order to win. 
The king can move in any direction, including diagonally, 
to any adjacent square that is not attacked by an opponent's piece or pawn.

A king is humble not prideful; protective not boastful
A king is a provider not selfish; a leader not a follower
A king is supportive not a burden; filled with strength not cowardly
A king analyzes wisely for his kingdom (household) not have sluggish ways

A king ensures all is well (his queen, his children, 
his household) and most of all he is not too proud to seek guidance from his Father
A king is a title not to be taken loosely for its value is great 
A king is so comfortable with himself he does not need to fish for additional activities 
A king loves his queen she sits at his side (not behind him, 
not in front of him, not at home) his queen is showered with priceless gifts 
(unconditional love, abundance, understanding, patience, protection, greed less, 
she is not displayed for others to mock her) 
he does not have an appetite of a wild animal but a godly filling; 
he does not dwell in unclean places but remains in his palace;
he seeks knowledge from his elders as opposed to the fools that flock at his footstool
A king is never ashamed to keep his ruby safe and well protected
*as a child filled with innocence the title was yours 
but as you allowed the world to shape and mold you, 
your title is no longer of value*

You can not be a savage and expect to have a crown!!

King Status by Tracy R Offer

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