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The Last Seven Plagues

those who bore 'the mark'
screamed from painful ugly sores
First of the Last Plagues

the sea turned to blood
and everything in it died
Second of Last Plagues

the rivers and springs
became blood--no more water
Third of the Last Plagues

the sun had power
burning people with fire
Fourth of the Last Plagues

kingdom of 'the beast'
was plunged into vast darkness
Fifth of the Last Plagues

       STILL--people cursed God
       and they refused to--REPENT
       global armies formed

the great Euphrates'
water dried up--transit road
Sixth of the Last Plagues

       world economic
       devastation, suicides
       lootings and killings

       stench of dead bodies
       cities on fire--engulfed
       chaos, fear, riots

the sun became darkened
the moon gave no light--all dark
stars fell from the sky

huge exploding holes
in the darkness as they fell
hundreds all at once

       army of 'the beast'
       horizon to horizon
       Plain of Megiddo

clouds blanket the sky
painful peals of thunder roll
gold weaves through the clouds

hundred pound hailstones
fell on unrepentant man
cars, homes, land destroyed

most severe earthquake
islands diappeared--Earth FLAT
splits Jerusalem

then voice from Heaven
"It is done"--is heard by all
Last of the Last Plagues

       wait at Magiddo
       the Son of Man--Returns
       on white horse, in clouds

       blood runs two hundred
       feet wide/long and five feet deep
       bodies explode at

       the sound of The Word
       spoken from the King of Kings
       one-sided battle

anti-christ and false
prophet thrown in lake of fire
beast chained--thrown in pit...

thousand years in pit
(Jesus rules Kingdom on Earth)
then, loosed for a time

there is still HOPE
Know Jesus loves you and died
for your sins--REPENT...


6/13/2012
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Gail's "End of the World Armageddon" contest




wait at Megiddo

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  1. Date: 6/14/2012 4:42:00 AM
    A poem with power - well done Deborah. - oxox love Anne-Lise

  1. Date: 6/13/2012 10:56:00 PM
    I think I have been to Megiddo!! When I toured Isreal years ago (if it is the place I am thinking of) Sounds like somebody really knows her Bible!!

    Burch Avatar Deborah Burch
    Date: 6/13/2012 11:55:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    that is soo cool Andrea!! you have actually been where it's going to take place...megiddo is hebrew for armageddon
  1. Date: 6/13/2012 8:08:00 PM
    What a powerful write you have written here Debbie! I really enjoyed the awesome expression of the plagues that will come to be! This will happen one day! Your description was perfect! Great Work!!

    Burch Avatar Deborah Burch
    Date: 6/13/2012 11:56:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    thank you russell:-)