The Truth Isn't Popular
For the Lord warns all to repent
Turn away from wickedness
And for all to resist!
Now until the day our Father kills satan
Criminality is here
Evil doing is still famous!
So the truth is rebuked and it's viewed as lame
If we choose to recluse and review the sayings
In the Bible...
We'd understand that Jesus is reliable
He will raise you up!
But we have to be compliable
The whole entire world's been subjected to lies
So we have the wrong things to expect when we die
A lot of people think we go to heaven and fly
But not yet!
We just rest until the judgement arrives
Ecclesiastes nine five...
I didn't believe this
Occupying the other side are just angels and demons
When a human being dies we continue to sleep in
Until God says rise at second coming of Jesus!
It's the truth...
Read the Bible if you want to see the proof
If we walk away from God we are easy to confuse
Satan wins if he can get into our minds
He's polluting through the music...
Television's wasting time and our lives
It hurts to see my generation blind
To the point of shedding light through my undissembled rhymes
Still moving just like I was told
Praise God and state facts through my craft 'til I'm gone
Still living for the Lord...
I don't have to be known!
If we don't ever try to listen satan captures our souls
And the worse part is...
People wouldn't even know if they were on the road to hell
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