I.M.P.A.C.T. - Poem by Luke Easter
Immediate: Not allowing doubt to arise between perception and fact,
Manifestation: Full blooming of the planted seed(s) to remain intact,
Perceiving: Walking by faith not by sight no matter how bad it looks,
Achieving: Desired outcome by scriptural promises in the holy book,
Championing: Righteous causes of God’s laws in all of life’s aspects,
Truth: When all is said and done you’re looking back with no regrets.
Anything done without an impact in the long run is a waste of time,
Short-term success lasts as long as those involved are in their prime,
The bible is an entity with the same impact Old Testament or New,
Awareness increases even more as we read this through and through,
Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God, my friend,
Romans 10: 17’s self explanatory, when shall greater impact begin?
Because many choose not to listen to this word but the word of man,
Comprised with an affinity of jealousy since human existence began,
There would’ve been no need for God to speak to Noah about an ark,
If only mankind listened to and performed Jehovah’s law from the start,
That flood only heightened mans resistance not to observe and obey,
Now the world lies amidst the corruptive chaos we experience today.
We’ve fallen short one time or another, have you tried to comeback?
Whereas you continue to fall then whatever obviously had no impact,
Champions aren’t born they’re trained, conditioned to withstand heat,
And when the thermometer rises they run forward not away in retreat,
Longing for battle seeking to advance in any arena dying to compete,
As time marches on we must follow in unison never to sink in defeat.
Slowly but surely bible prophesy lives the world is coming to an end,
Yet just like creation although there’s speculation we know not when,
You cannot control time all the more reason there is no time to waste,
An early bird catches the worm but the tortoise will not win this race,
The evil one knows time is running out he has stepped up his attacks,
Soldiers prepare for battle, protect the citizens, make an I.M.P.A.C.T.
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