New Heavens and a New Earth
O, how I long for meditation in prayer, a quiet place, without the distraction of insinuation of sins that are forgiven by our Lord's redeeming grace.
The enemy refuses to abdicate the thoughts planted in our mind to confuse us and leave us behind.
Songs we sing and verses we rehearse in the time of need, however we allow the deceiver to mount his steed and carry them away pulling a hearse.
Born unto a Universal corruption the pattern of destruction will continue to thrive while we are all alive.
For generation to generation each nation will rise and fall until the final millennia will bring forth the Savior held in veneration of us all.
In prophecy foretold three millennia past these comforting words of promise, 'For behold, I create new heavens and a new earth; and the former shall not be remembered nor come to mind.'
How blessed that will be when we achieve that victory for our Lord mandates, 'But be glad and rejoice forever in what I create; for behold I create Jerusalem as a rejoicing, and her people a joy.'
Our Lord will rejoice in Jerusalem and have joy in his people; the voice of weeping shall no longer be heard in her nor the voice of crying.
No longer to be born in corruption but incorruptible we shall be for the Lord has defeated our enemy and the final threat of murder will no longer contain death for the Holy Spirit has given the breath of life into man This Universe will stand.
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