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Evil at The Door

Something Evil this way comes
Don't let your wickedness knock upon my door,
because the person I used to be doesn't live
here anymore.  I am working on becoming clean,
so many things within my being must be evicted,
must be rearranged, must be transformed into
the substance that my Lord has intended for me.
Don't get me wrong I have nothing against you 
my dear friend but if you do not have the saving
knowledge of Christ, the indwelling Holy Spirit and 
the renewed love of Father God, then all that is
standing outside my door is more evil, and if I let
it in, the evil can multiply much more. 
Now my friend I am not in a place to judge anyone
who has been quickened in the spirit or anyone who
is dead in sin because I have been in both, and the 
evil I have done must now come under the authority
of the Son.
I do pray for you my friend that the Holy Spirit will come
in and the Trinity will all come and make their home 
within you too, and that you would love to come to 
dwell within them.  Then your joy would be complete.
My prayer then is for our souls our Lord to keep.
Then when you have been raised again inside of our
Lord Jesus Christ, then we can rejoice together more
fully, and once again.
So turn around for now my friend, and learn to believe
what and who is the Truth, the Life, and the Way.
Because what you see in the natural, the way of the
realm here on the earthly plane where Satan the prince
of darkness does rule and reside is an out and out lie.
Please read the Good Book while you may and pray for
Blessed  understanding, so that all your remaining days
will not be in vain but that you will come to dwell with
the life giving Lord who both loves and knows you well!

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