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To The Fall



It is raining leafs'
They are pouring down
If you half listen
      Then,
They barely make a sound..
        --------
The birds' they do sing,
They doth' fly south
The tinny tinkling
Taste of morning dew
Is so prevalent...
I can taste it in my mouth


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Happy Birthday





So, it is your Happy Birthday
                - And -
Do you know exactly what
           That means'
             --------
Almost like a Human Secular
            Devotion
       Fore on this day
You have been chosen
A son of man by distention
         A child of God
          Pre-ordained
And made in his own image
             ----------
      Today, you are born
    With one soul to bare
          Flesh in one body
                 - And -
A spirit to make you whole
Are we expected to call this
           To be only human



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Featured:  "The Cross"
                   Xlibris pub.  book #106627
                   Rev. (NOV2013) 




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Champion Among All

           Who ever knew
That to crucify Him on the cross
             That day'
   Would revive the people
        And make them pray
     A crutch for the absent'
       Just another miracle
          For that day
All of Gods' people answered
                  - For-
    Christ had carried that day
         Never - The - Less
   Their were so many people
Who had seem to have lost their way
    They were weeping with sorrow
As thought their were no tomorrow
    They wept and they prayed
           For just another day
They wept and they prayed
    Till death did them part
But on the third day He had arisen
And yes, Resurrection was a part
                    Of He
To be the Lord Almighty



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From: "The Cross"
           Xlibris.com  Book # 106627
           Rev. (Nov2013)

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Solitude




The unattainable
    Boundaries'
Of Solitude
    Diminishes
With the Will
   Of God'
And drifts away
   To sand...



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From:  " The Cross "
           Xlibris Pub  Book #106627
            Rev.  (NOV2013)

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Life








      He who see's everything
          And does' nothing...
     Set's Him-self to the path
                 - Of -
Indignant, arrogant superiority
       Where as it is to He
     Who seek to embrace
Condemnation and indignation
        It is a Worldly thing'







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Featured:  "The Cross"    book #106627
                   Xlibris Publications
                    Rev. (NOV2013)




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No Doubt







                  He, who question's
                         His Own
                      Intensity....  
                 Perceives' His own
                           Destiny
                            -And -
                    Reverts' to that
                           Simple
                Classical nothing - Ness




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Featured: "The Cross"  book #106627
                  Xlibris Publications
                  Rev. (NOV2013)

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Body Of Christ





    Silence is the ultimate
In the praise's of the Lord
           -------
It seeps' of servility
         And tremble's
With authentic unbothered 
          Change
          -------
But with Servility
Fore He hath given us      
         So much
For so long and so fully
           --------
Well I commend thee
I give to Him all the praise's
           And the dominion
Over man fore it is His privy

 ---- Never the Less ----

I shall give unto Him all of my
       Abidance in being
   Hail to all that which is His
In-order that I may be
   Sanctimoniously entangled
        And enthralled
     Fore I am at His feet



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From: "The Cross"
          Xlribis.com  book #106627
          Rev.  (NOV2013)

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It Can Truly Be Said ---Summary---





                        " Prolog".....


It can truly be said that the love of "God" has never destroyed
anything, but has assured utter happiness to those who seek
His path and adhered to His work in His own name.  Love promotes'
love when walking in the path of "God".  Lust promotes' ultimate
self destruction at its' extreme.  Love can not be confused because it 
is absolute and with-out out side interpretation with "God" as a
witness.  Lust ends' in only one interpretation when exhibited in the
eyes' of the Devil...

Love provides' for positive growth while physical attraction (lust/deceit) only
provides' for temporary indulgences' of this World.  The Devil delights' in His
deed.

The Lord gave His only begotten Son for love.  For lust, the Devil gives' a life
of confusion and jealousy.  While love makes no provisions' for jealousy, distrust
murder in the name of the Lord or any other indignation, it do provide
instruction in the Word of the LORD.

Lust doe's entail indecision, murder, adultery and other foul crimes' against man 
and beast.  It don't  invite confusion and transgression against your fellow man!
The Devil would agree that this is necessary in the name of Jesus.  I would say
that it is in the name of Love if you confuse the Devils' comment verse "God's" good
will.


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Affirmation






Think only Pleasant
As God has given you
His given Grace
To be pleasant
Be contrite for you know
That it is not negativity
Which brings' positive results'
              --------
Look for a reason to assure
          Not react...
   To not command, but
Appreciate and respect
Do not retaliate, but ingratiate
          Most of all....
Be well rounded and accepting
Rather attentive and benevolent
         And so be it,
     Fore it is there-by
   By the Grace of God
And to all that which is Holy



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The Cross



    Fore at the time
The skin concealed His bones'
          -------
As the skin bleed through
       And Through
 This is a day for justice
     For the Gentile
         -- and --
          The Jew
           ------
Oh, castaway all thy sin
   Let the holy threw
Fore Jesus is right and
   God is might
        And
Restoration is anew
Let God bless you!


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