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Heavenly Father

Holy Father
Who art in Heaven
Lord of Hosts
King of Kings
God of gods
Only a lunatic will say you do not exist
I will glorify your name because I can not resist
Your power
You protected us on the day of trouble
You saved us from the wicked men of violence
You plucked out our feet from the net
Great angels bow at your feet
I will serve you until I make the grave my home
And in the after life in your House I will call my home
You put a righteous man on a throne even though he was poor
Blessed are those who serve you Lord
Our God
The Lord of Lords
You delivered us on the day of battle
From a mighty enemy
Who soon became rattled
You sent an angel to inform us when we were confused
As we wallowed in the depths of abysmal ignorance
Which was profused
Heavenly Father, your mercy and loving kindness has been ever of old
Your love to humanity is worth more than a pyramid of pure gold
Whatever I am is because of You
Whatever I become it is because of Your grace
We can not keep alive our own souls
Lucifer the enemy rained curses on me
While my Almighty Father keep blessing me
You are the all powerful God
You know all and you see all
Scientists wallow in their stupidity
Because they try to examine You
They try to do things they can never do
You created angels out of light
And man out of clay
And You gave them light 
By the breath of your mouth
So let us praise the Almighty Father
For all the good He has done
And let that evil man be warn
Because the Heavenly Father's wrath
Is second to none

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