None At All - Poem by Richard Merrell
There is no wisdom or understanding
Nor counsel against the Lord;
The horse may be ready for battle
But safety is found in the Lord.
Many seek to destroy
They mock against God and His Son;
Seeking to laugh at the Saviour
Treating Calvary's Tree as but fun.
Why do the heathen rage,
And the people imagine a vain thing?
It is because they all are rebellious -
They will not have Yeshua as King.
But He who sits in the heavens shall laugh
In derision shall the Lord have them all;
When He shall speak in His hot displeasure -
None will stand on that day, none at all.
Psalm 2: 1-5
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