Evil Easter Poems | Evil Poems About Easter
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Boy, all I can say is one word, tradition.
It’s a mind set ingrained in our thoughts, and in our nation.
Although Christmas and Easter aren’t mentioned in the Holy Bible.
God has His traditions also, they are His Holy Festivals yet we continue to ignore them and trash our spiritual revival.
Today as so called holidays are in full swing, as Christians we pray.
That our nation realizes that our moral compass has lost God’s path in every way.
Man he’s always made excuses not wanting to listen to God he’s stubborn.
The devil is predominant in most people’s lives yet, he fails to listen to the Father, and His laws are easy but stern.
God says put no other God before me.
It’s not this writer speaking its God’s loving spirituality.
The Holy Bible is very clear about this.
Believing that the “Word” is the Son of God, Christ Jesus.
Christmas, Easter, are pagan holidays and it angers the Lord of Lords.
Remember all truths are in the Holy Bible see what Jesus says, He’s “The Word.”
Yes love and cheer is predominant this time of year.
Yet, “The Word” and what God says is very clear.
So on this coming Christmas pray that you see what the Father tells “Us”.
The evil one is still at large corrupting men, corrupting “The Word” our Savior Jesus.
God says in the Holy Bible let the Bible interpret God’s “Word” and to observe His Festivals.
Not those traditions set before man by the Evil Deceiver not just to love at yearly intervals.
The Holy Bible tells “Us” specifically that Jesus wasn’t born on this day.
Going back to the traditions of Babylon, see what the Bible says about this what we do and how we pray.
Just by not being in the Holy Bible these days should make “Us” truly see.
That God is God, His will be done, and by doing His laws and edicts wrong not observing His true Festivals corrupts our soul spiritually.
Copyright © Robert Ball | Year Posted 2012
The worse that is the evil,
The more is the seriousness of the save,
The longer the walk away,
From the wrongdoer or master,
For the slave.
Israeli society only saved the rich from death and illness,
Or government soldiers who gave effort,
So the consequence of this was the massive tale,
Of angles and divinity interacting,
At the saints’ nail.
The tall lie that the two Mary’s and the guard told,
Pilate and the disciples who were heartbroken,
Was the result of the cess pit,
Of Pilate’s doctor advocation,
Of the softness of medicine’s permission.
Copyright © Rhoda Monihan | Year Posted 2016
I do not know?
Mankind chooses its own pathway.
When God created mankind, God gave mankind choice.
The freedom to choose between good and evil.
That is why God does not intervene to stop such evil,
For it is mankind's choice.
But fear not, for one day this evil mankind creates will one day be overturned.
God gave mankind the freedom of choice in the hope that we might choose what
is good in our hearts.
That we may choose is divine principles and one day reside in his kingdom.
The secrets of the church are being unturned.
The truth of the Scriptures surfaces.
The authority and power of the church is being questioned.
The end is nigh.
God is inside us, we must turn to him.
The evil of the world upsets the harmonious balance of the earth.
Disasters shall strike ten-fold,
As the revelations are told.
The end is nigh,
But do not cry,
For Jesus has saved us!
Copyright © angela kilpatrick | Year Posted 2007
Painting with words
The ash in the wood burner is still warm white and esoteric
an unborn dream a sin to shovel into a sink bucket when
it looks holy and ought to be strewn upon the tranquil sea
with the first drop of rain the ash in the bucket a dust cloud
disperse like souls in the forest but, as the shower increases
the ash drowns becomes silt when the rain stops, and the sun
warms crops the grieving has passed
Copyright © jan oskar hansen | Year Posted 2017