(Philosophy Poem) Are Any Among Us Wise

Are Any Among Us Wise

 

God’s punishment has not yet come upon those who choose to sin

For it is wicked to practice a bitter hatred of those who are strangers

Only the wicked would refuse to feed the hungry who are at their door

Yet some choose only to ensnare the weak and those who are in need

The wicked have earned the hostility the Lord will lay upon their head

 

Just as the house of Lot, the wicked see not their self-made plight

The wicked do not understand the inner strength of a righteous man

The greedy seek not the bosom of safety for they chase others charms

Can the wise or the foolish understand the depths of the Earth or the seas

Wise man, tell us how the Lord has hung all the planets upon nothing

 

Man’s fascination with wickedness perverts the innocent ones body and mind

When we choose to live among wickedness it perverts even the heart and Soul

There’s some who have pleased God whom He has loved He has called up early

Some branches the Lord breaks off early in order to save them from the fires

Blessed are the undefiled barren for God for He will give to them many children

 

What does it profit a man to have 100 children if they grow only to bring shame

Would it not be better to be barren than to be shamed by children who live foolishly

The rich and the poor, the wise and the foolish, we will all be returned to the sand

Is not the rebuke by a wise man better than to be laughed at or even honored by a fool

The ignorant gives counsel without knowledge yet the foolish accepts their wisdom

Wisdom is like fine gold, a gift from God to be shared with those hungry to understand

 

(Wisdom Poem) Standing Against The Lord

STANDING AGAINST THE LORD

 

Why would a man stand against their own Creator

Man in his pride stands, before whom we should bow

The Lord knows our wickedness that we call triumphs

For riches, some do slay the widow and the fatherless

They through ignorance believe the Lord does not see

 

Foolish men do think themselves to be wise, yet are fools

The Lord knows the thoughts of all men, and they are empty

Without the Lords help the wise and the just would perish

The thrones of the wicked shall be consumed in the flames

For those who consume innocent blood end their own names

 

Through unbelief the Hebrews for 40 years dropped like flies

Do not harden your heart through lack of faith, lust and greed

The Lord formed the Land and the Sea, they are His footstool

God formed the eye to see, the ear to hear, the mind to learn

Standing against the Lord is like the wisdom of a Dung Beetle

(Religious Poem) The Mighty One Of Israel

THE MIGHTY ONE OF ISRAEL

 

I have not hid my face from the shameful and simple

The Ignorant have plucked the hairs from off of my face

Yet I have not been rebellious to the words my Lord has given

The Lord opened my ears and I have not turned my face away

The Lord awakens me each morning so I may hear His words

 

The Lord has given me the tongue of one who is learned

I now know how to speak wisdom to those who are weary

The Lord clothes the Heavens with blackness and gives us drink

At His word the rivers dry up the fish then the men soon die

Has the Lord no power to deliver upon the words He feeds us

 

Only the fool believes the Lord’s hand is unable to deliver us

When the Lord first spoke there was no man to hear His words

When the Lord spoke Creation itself opened its ears to hear

The Wise and True says to owe no one so no one can own you

The foolish walk in the darkness and give away their freedom

 

The unlearned will drink their own blood as though it is wine

The Heathen who oppress you shall dine on their own flesh

Many of a strong-arm will come to remove you from your inheritance

You shall be surrounded by many yet I will save My faithful Children

The Lord is your Savior and Redeemer, I am the mighty one of Israel