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I. Introduction
a. In Batter my heart, three- personed God, for you is about his relationship with God.
II. Paragraph 1 Thesis Statement
a. In " Batter my heart three- personed God, for you" He looks at himself as almighty but still struggles with his human desires as he fights with no end and wanting his strength to continue.
b. He sees God as his only savior from all the tyranny and worldly temptations “ take me to You, imprison me, for I, Except You enthrall me, never shall be free”
III. Paragraph 2 Thesis Statement
a. He wants to be fully committed to God and he feels that God wants him to.
b. His own human power is not enough to enable him to be free from his sinful human nature and giving himself entirely to a spiritual
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In " Batter my heart three- personed God, for you" He looks at himself as almighty but still struggles with his human desires as he fights with no end and wanting his strength to continue. He sees God as his only savior from all the tyranny and worldly temptations “take me to you, imprison me, for I, except you enthrall me, and never shall be free”. He wants to be fully committed to God and he feels that God wants him be. His own human power is not enough to enable him to be free from his sinful human nature and giving himself entirely to a spiritual relationship. He is asking God to overpower him, to sweep him off his feet (eNotes, 2002). John Donne “Batter my heart, three-personed God, for you” initially seems to have a fairly sonnet. The best way to understand this poem is that it is a religious poetry that shows part of a series of progressions of a man that was conflicted by his sin. The themes that are present in this Holy sonnet are religion, love, sex, violence and…show more content…
In " Batter my heart three- personed God, for you" He looks at himself as almighty but still struggles with his human desires as he fights with no end and wanting his strength to continue. He sees God as his only savior from all the tyranny and worldly temptations “take me to you, imprison me, for I, Except You enthrall me, and never shall be free”. He wants to be fully committed to God and he feels that God wants him be. His own human power is not enough to enable him to be free from his sinful human nature and giving himself entirely to a spiritual
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