Richard Merrell

Rookie - 0 Points (17/07/1949 / SYDNEY)

Revelation - Poem by Richard Merrell

The Sun goes black as sackcloth
The Moon it gives no light
Men scream out in anguish;
Their hearts fail them for fright.

Men cry out in pain and terror
Men hide beneath the ground
Men long to die, not suffer;
But death will not be found.

The Day of the Lord has come
Daytime has turned to night
Light appears in heaven;
The WORD has come to fight.

He seizes the false prophet
And the beast as well
Many men they did deceive;
So they're cast into hell.

An angel will bind Satan
Cast him into the pit
But after the 'one thousand years'
He is released from it.

The WORD of God slays others
Against them God's wrath doth rage
Because they have received the mark;
And worshipped the image.

The slaying power of the WORD
Comes forth from His mouth
It is a sharp two - edged Sword;
Casting all evil out.

The birds of Earth will gather
Coming from all around
To feast upon the corpses;
That are scattered on the ground.

Hail will fall upon the Earth
One of the seven bowls
That will be poured on evil men;
Who rejected the truth foretold.

This is the truth of Yeshua
Who died at Calvary
Through the giving of His blood;
He gave for you and me.

So, if you would escape
This wrath of prophecy
Come and cling to Yeshua;
Come, and cling with me.

The Revelation


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 15, 2012



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