MxOLisi DhlaDhla

(28-03-1999 / South Africa)

Gospel152: .... The dawn of earth (what the lord gave us)

For the lord created
For he used lexis to do so,
Broke a proverb that reads: ''Actions speak louder than lexis''.
He is the Lord God,
The Holy Ghost,
Dad of the fatherless,
Mom Of the motherless,
Takes million centuries to explicate his endurance and grace. He is nor a myth,
His existence is of the midair We gulp.

Sacred thoughts of wisdom of his Discerned this habitat
shall be solitude withno caretakers Nonetheless he went to grasp dust thus created this creature by his own bare hands For it was matchless
Took his duplicate and created it.
He was done, He was
His was to breath in the nostrils of this work
The lord God called his last work
'' A Being ''
His First Sayin's was to this creature were, '' be fruitful and increase in number fill the earth and subdue it.... ''

Thus is today Whereby teachin's of wisdom aren't taught. Veneration, Respect, Loyalty, Fidelity, Devotion, FAITH, and Fidelity
Are all stolen from by Lucifer and his fiends.

Our World's truth was varnished by the waterfalls of liefalls of the serpent

Submitted: Wednesday, April 02, 2014
Edited: Thursday, April 03, 2014

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Inspired by: BOOK OF GENESIS.

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