J. E. Carpenter


The Time Is Now


Now is the time for love to rise
and love to rule
the Son of God; His sign's in the skies
and those who know this

who walk like Joseph
talk like Moses;
to turn the world upside down
with the same Spirit that wound up time

There is a river breaking forth
from the heavenly thrown
whispering of a season changed
it's time for the sons of God to reign

Of the essence that pieces us together
which causes us to create
and pulls us to pleasure
that essence has spoken too

and I'm sure it moves you to move.
Love is weapon, but make is a tool.

Submitted: Monday, November 19, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, November 20, 2012

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This is about hearing my friend Eva Guitierez echo something from this dream I had on the morning of 11/19/12. I saw '7777' and heard 'the time is NOW.' She was telling me, 'The time is now! '

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