If We Really Follow God
We have a choice...
Merely two extremes
Would you rather fellowship with Christ or enmity?
The choice is ours
There's no inbetween...
If you follow God then satan is your enemy!
Waiting with the cover laying patient on a cynic's sheets
Unaware of satan
People think it's their identities
But they fail to realize who's in charge of the planet
Opposing satan's people makes it harder to manage
He reaches for his weapons...
Which are pride and deception
Temptation and accusations
God opens up our eyes if we lie down and let Him
Allowing you to break the ties, chains, cables and fetters
Even though the world considered them cool
For having all the best clothes and the glistening jewels
Fornicating with the world...
Purchased vintage in shoes
But if they didn't choose the Lord He considers them fools
Nobody there is any better than you!
That is simply a deception...
If you follow God you'll notice a rebellion
Of the people who were friends
Start changing and impelling hate towards you
Seemingly out of the blue
And I mean it'll happen unexpectedly too!
But if we truly follow God we'll repay it with love
No matter what...
That's why it doesn't bother me as much
When some people talk against me
So I'll listen but I hush
Because I see the full perspective
And a fool despises His corrections
We don't need to seek revenge...
Can you see the circumstances of the wicked?
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