Monday, November 2, 2015

"Pray, prey; pray!"

"Pray, prey; pray!"
by Seah Greenhorn
(Poem with copyright)


Yes, it's run--
sick cycles, sadly, endless,
since sin's influence
began.

So wise...do rise
like sun each morning and pray:
"Please God...Do take my hand!"
And apply our hearts to wisdom.
Like sands of time,
our goal:
to withstand.

Foretold:
Man would one day come
to ruin the earth;
killing both fleshly brother and beast
with glee
and tragic inhumane mirth.
Hatred and violence increasing
like weeds from seeds
and finally
death from birth.

Remember words spoken
Oh...so long ago. That love
without its actions
cause God
us
not to know.

So, gather all faithful
together
sincere love without hypocrisy
to every race do show.

Yes,
"Pray, prey; pray!"

Hold on to every goodness!

Total badness,
hate and let go!

Hold on to faith.

Drop it as "an anchor
for the soul,
both sure
and firm."

With Our Creator at the helm
our sordid lives
(as black to white for what he intended)
through eternal storms ended:

Confirmed.

So again:
"Pray, prey; pray!"

Hold on to every goodness!

Total badness,
hate and let go!

Hold on to faith.

Drop it as "an anchor
for the soul,
both sure
and firm."

With Our Creator at the helm
our sordid lives
(as black to white for what he intended)
through eternal storms ended:

Confirmed.

Yes,
"Pray, prey; pray!"

Hold on to faith.

Until that much proclaimed day.




Inspired by "Hey hey hey" #Michael Franti and the #Spearheads.

Based on Gen. 3; Ps. 37: 9, 10, 27; 92:7; Pro. 2:1-6; Luke 11:13; Romans 12:9; Heb. 6:17-29; 10: 24, 25; James 1:5; 2; 26; 1 John 2:5; Rev 21:3, 4.