Oh enemy, enemy!
What have you done! ?
Your ways rises upon,
Nations will be caught in thick darkness.
You gave violence,
And render evil schemes.
People are contaminated by your useless diseases.
You rush them into sin.
You pursue them to turn into other path, which is crooked.
Why are you doing this?
Are you lonely from being cast out to heaven.
Have you ever repent for yourself?
For all those your pride that you want to be on top?
I know you meant not to be happy.
That's why the gate of hell is always open,
You unlock it and invite souls...
You deceived people...
And turn them as rebellious and treacherous against God like you are.
You incite people in arguments about their faith.
You tried to confuse them.
So that they will turn away to God.
And you let people wrap in revolt as you are the head of them.
But I will tell you,
Your not gonna win..
As of now you deceit people,
You know your destiny.
And God will always win.
God will always on top.
God will be always superior.
God is the most powerful.
God is the God of all gods,
No one can stand against.
And as I stand in believing that God send Jesus Christ as my savior.
God will surely sustain always a righteousness within me,
You cannot conquer me!
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