New Government - Poem by Richard Merrell
I see the unjust men
Who take all from the poor;
Although these have nought to give
The unjust men squeeze more.
I speak not evil of these men
Their works tell all they do,
A sentence passed by their own hands
A sentence ever true.
For when the Lord doth appear once more
To put all wrongs aright
These unjust men will perish
In the darkness of the night.
For to the plea of innocents
They will not lend an ear;
So unjust men of government -
Will ever disappear.
Yes, the Lord appears once more
Unto righteousness and good,
New Government will be of Him
God's Son has understood!
Isaiah 9: 6
(The cry of the foetus being aborted is unheard by governments, but God hears them!) God will make inquisition for the innocent blood
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