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The country is in a state of uncertainty 
Almost every week there is a bloody scene that’s dark and dreary
On the daily some hearts are suffering endlessly 
Right now we feel hatred, melancholy, malice, and envy
It should show that we are bereaved
Every mind and heart should be grieved
There are evil demonic spirits at work that our brains can’t yet comprehend
I do believe that this evil unseen started this trend
I also believe that’s why our minds feel these lost and hopeless emotions
We are constantly invaded by these deadly cataclysmic commotions
Until we look within this country needs to repent of its sins
This is where spirituality begins
God’s love for us is strong it won’t waiver or bend
Together we all have to strive to survive thinking life won’t end 
Let’s stop playing this blame game
All of these mass killings…. it’s a crying shame 
This isn’t just radical thinking, rather rational thinking 
I can’t let the strife of this world erase my jubilant smile
In all of this catastrophic senseless murders I still have love, peace and joy in my lifestyle
As our hearts are broken and stricken with grief we’ve all bled pain like drops of rain
But Let us be wise and humble our hearts…. and love each other in Jesus’s name 

Revelation 21:4  ‘He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death’ or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.”

Copyright © Jeffrey Lee | Year Posted 2016


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