Fallen Spirits Seeking Grace - Poem by Ruth Goldfarb
Fallen spirits seeking grace, at the expense of innocent souls to be replaced.
Parasitic striving to the highest place, indifference to crying from the righteous striving.
Innocent souls crying out in space, please help us stay, for we obeyed.
Temptation striving to the innocent place, fooling these souls in dire disgrace.
Yet in the heavens at God's demand, for there is room for all to live at His command.
So come the righteous, come the strong, for God understands the innocent stand the upholds them in His divine land.
Oh, come the righteous, come the strong, await they that come by repentance, all to see the dawn.
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