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by Shirley Carr
10/31/2011 / Poetry
Amazing power to face our adversity
When it's the world versus we
be thee who the Son already set free.
I stand to serve sentence for correction,
As apart of the Cross section,
from the One who was hung,
The Hope for a sick society-
There is nothing new under the Son;
I got through to the Father,
bothered by why a chosen race and a royal priesthood,
God's own possession misunderstood.
Just because God is good,
doesn't mean He is not a God of War;
but the lust and lure,
for logical presence in mankind,
leaves the answer for this century!
I wish I could tell W.E.B. Dubois'-
it's the Bloodline.
That was shed on the cross.
At a cost. no merchant can sell.
Nor in a thousand words could
How the keys of hell was taken away
Jesus didn't stay- He lived to die
for us he was-Crucified
clearly, the stakes are high
rates of death and immorality.. poverty
be like mold in exchange for gold
He came to give
sight to blindness and
in the midst of a rock and a hard place is
Amazing Power to face our Adversity, like
when it is the world versus we
be thee who the Son already set free
God Bless You!
Psalms 18: 17-19 KJV
He rescued me from my powerful enemy, from my foes, who were too strong for me.
18 They confronted me in the day of my disaster, but the LORD was my support. 19 He brought me out into a spacious place; he rescued me because he delighted in me.
EVEidenz, copyright Pen You In
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