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The Book of Life

September has suddenly begun with a tingling in the 10 toes
Just standing and waiting on the Son but no one really knows
But with His every new sign in using the sky as His billboard
For many, things aren't fine, His Word a double-edged sword

As the markets now begin to shake and the powers come to be
One more straw and it will break but for many they have to see
For they left God long ago and will curse Him more in these days
These things everyone should know as it is with all of God's Ways

With the Red Moon lying in wait as is the Jewish Holiday on the 28th
You have no control of your own fate unlike those of us who have faith 
Standing right here waiting for the Son and knowing what is to be
For all those souls that satan has won you will never again be free 

It is very late in the game but the Father's filled with complete mercy 
It is by His Son Jesus' Name that has made you clean and set you free
Such a great gift that many will deny as I look on in utter disbelief
No matter how hard I try, It's ultimately YOU who chooses such grief 
                                             Notable Dates
9-13 Rosh Hashana /lunar eclipse              9-17 Iranian Nuclear
9-23 Yom Kippur/lunar eclipse                   9-23 Pope goes to D.C.
9-28 Sukkot/Red Moon                             9-28 Pope leaves America

God's timing is always perfect.  Maybe this is the right time
for you to accept this great Gift Jesus has been offering to everyone.
Soon that Book will be closed.  I pray YOUR name is in it.

Copyright © Vincent Flannery


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