Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Prepped For Survival

Prepped For Survival

by Seah Greenhorn
(Poem with copyright)



Survival of the fittest, a quoted motto on self-centered demand. Able members of a kingdom be it animal or man vehemently fight non-verbal assent; some even viciously hand-to-hand.

Classrooms become a landmine causing nervousness
and stress when social friendships determine futures
and fashionistas--who knows best.

Please, don't forget the workplace for which to provide most basic needs. A daily dungeon to face fierce dragons trampling one's conscious with dishonest greed.

These scenes denote our battles carried out most every land. But with aptitude, instruction, wisdom too will help us stand.

Till a final war impending everyday we prep to endure. For sure survival let's cleanse our minds and hearts. Remove bad qualities impure. Anchor our hope to God's Kingdom for our future to be secure.

Take out time for Bible study, meditation on God's Word. For therein lies the answer on how to wield this dual-edged sword.

And when praying for the spirit, with which humble ones chose to connect to our Creator's thoughts, His guidance, one can expect promised sure success.

No need for mortal warfare. No extreme anxiety or fright. For the Day of vengeance is not our business. Judgement is not our legal right.

The victory that will be given to those righteously inclined on a earth cleansed of wicked badness will be a grand provision to an unnumbered of all mankind.

A Gift from God ... Truly sublime.

Survival of the meekest--Reading actions: Almighty Divine.

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Written for Contest Survival shown below:

Write a poem for contest Survival<br>
Write me a poem about survival. It could be survival out in the wilderness, surviving hard times in life, or another kind of survivalist situation.<br>
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      -NO ADULT<br>
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      -NO PROFANITY<br>
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      -30 LINES OR LESS<br>
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      -GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!

Poem based upon: Isa. 61:2;  2 Pe. 3:9-13; Gal. 5:19-26; Mal. 3:18; Heb. 10:23-25; 11:6, 7; 1 Tim. 4:16; Matt. 24:13, 21.