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Uncivil WarPosted Saturday, December 18, 2010, at 11:51 AM
May GOD's 'Full Growth' Olive Tree, consisting of ALL His people, be ONE, Producing Perfect Praise Fruit, as God Intends we Produce. AMEN
Poem Uncivil War
By Arley Steinhour 121810
There seems to be a problem, within the ranks of our God's children,
Some radicals amongst us, emote great hatred, with derision.
Christian people, some of them, believe the lie, Replacement Theology,
What plant on earth could survive, by cutting the root from off their tree?
Jewish Fundamentalists, prefer pure Rejection-ism best to feel,
How far does any Faith go, when Royal chariot, misses a wheel?
There be another factor, that won't be considered here, as it be so 'Anti,'
What Islam calls 'Same Faith' lies, for Satan truly builds their 'Shanty.'
Yahweh/Yehovah, GOD to us, be we Christian, or a Jew,
Is the only GOD on Earth, or Constellation, that is true.
Yet the Jew rejects the birth on Earth, of GOD Emanuel,
And Christians feel that all who do, are surly bound for Hell.
The Jew, seems blind to Historic Truth, Mankind He came and saved,
With 'mankind' as the major hurdle, to accepting a path that's paved.
The paving is the Blood of Christ, Royal Blood shed on the Cross,
Any mortal refusing Him, becomes naught but: Eternal Dross.
Most Christian believers, seem to think Old Testament is done,
With writers like apostle Paul, New Testament is much more fun.
Like I mentioned, in stanza two, the root need be tightly bound,
To the fruitful upper part, or a useless 'Air-Plant,' you have found.
In short, dear brothers and sisters, and to Covenant Jews alike,
We all are part of God/Jesus, if not, Satan will surly strike.
Open up the heart-strings, and listen to His Spirit, True,
Soon the blindness falls from eyes, we'll see different me and you.
Please Ponder. May we mend our own fences by removing the one between Jew and Christian.
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