Denis Martindale


Is Prophecy For Today? - Poem by Denis Martindale

When God declares and God decrees... and prophets learn the facts,
It's here and now the prophecies are sent so Man reacts...
From ancient times, this was God's way... His prime objective then,
Yet still today, God has His say... in the affairs of men...
How else could God explain the course that each saint's meant to go?
Yet once revealed, like opened doors... it's then we're in the know...

That's why God speaks and prophets hear... or see with visions still,
Perceiving wisdom, crystal clear... to serve God's perfect will...
It's why dreams visit us at night... that tell of things ahead,
It's why we gain some blessed insight... not facing life with dread...
It's why our God's still speaking now... for lost souls to reclaim,
It's why we seek new ways somehow... to preach in Jesus Name...

So let's quote Jesus and bring hope... let's use technology...
Yet most of all, let's reach the globe... by sharing prophecy!


Denis Martindale April 2018.


The Gospel poem is for a Revelation TV Prophecy show
on Thursday evening, at 9 pm on the 19th of April 2018
and also refers to the 'Quote Jesus' London bus posters.


GOD BLESS YOU AS YOU BLESS GOD!
DO SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR HIM...


Find out more by watching Revelation TV,
the Christian channel on UK Sky TV 581
and Vision TV on Freeview channel 264.

Topic(s) of this poem: blessing, dreams, god, holy spirit, prophecy, sharing, visionary, wisdom

Form: Prose Poem


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 19, 2018



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