(Biblical Philosophy Poem) In The Beginning


IN THE BEGINNING

 

How is it that you know nothing

How is it that you see nothing

How is it that you do not understand

O’ man, how is it that your so deaf to my words

 

 

You send men and machines to the planets

Yet you do still have no understanding

That it is by My Hand, and by My Love

By which you have a place on which to stand

 

 

Lend me your eyes now My Son, My Daughter

I will show you now once again plainly

Some of the things which you have missed

Through ignorance and worldly deceit your blind

 

 

My truth to you has been disguised and hidden

Cloaked, by He whom I cast out, with burning eyes

In the beginning, as it is written there were two creations

The Gentiles first, In My eyes the lesser of the two men

 

 

Gentiles, unclean just a couple absent links

Above the Monkeys, dogs, and the swine

They populated the land, as they were told to do

I watched them in amusement but mostly in horror

 

 

At all the scenes before my eyes unfolded

Through the years your tribes did blend

Through time you looked more like Us

Than the places in which you began

 

 

I planted My Garden between Urmia and Nod

There I breathed life into the First Earthly Man of God

From his side a mate, to share these pleasures I gave

The rivers flowed peacefully for this My Royal Blood Line

 

 

Red Eyes slithered into My Garden We had given to them

Deceived the woman, then she deceived also her man

Their eyes now open to their sins, their nakedness seen

I cast My children out into the world of the Heathen

 

 

Two beginnings, two People, open your eyes so you can see the Truth

Blood of God’s Lamb I spilled for your Soul now I come to redeem it

Soon I will come to see you, but will you wish to see my Angels and Me

If you’re as blind to the end as you are to the writings of your beginning

When the Trumpet sounds your plea’s, will not be worth one of your pennies

 

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