Reginald Walker

Those Stories Of Old

Listen to the word of the prophets.
Listen to those glorious stories of old.
Their stories have changed many lives.
Their wise words came straight the Lord.

The prophets will tell you all about Lucifer.
Moreover, how against God, he did rebel.
He fought a good hard fight.
Still, Lucifer was sent to hell.

The prophets warn you of the evil plot of Lucifer.
This plot is carried out by his hellish angelic crew.
They are hoping to catch you spiritually asleep.
Only God knows what they have been sent to do.

Lucifer has sent out his unholy demonic force.
He is hoping from God’s side, he can persuade us.
He thinks that with his angels and the rest of mankind,
Heaven, Lucifer can invade without much of a fuss..

To the field of Armageddon, comes Lucifer vast army.
He brought every demon that he could not spare.
Because of his great numbers, he smelled victory.
Therefore, Lucifer decided to watch from his lair

However, God already knew the number,
One by one, he had counted them.
Lucifer's demons never would have come
If they knew of the beating, they would get from Him.

Swiftly, came a God’s mighty Army of Angels.
They quickly wipe most of the demons away.
They beat some and destroyed some.
The rest God sent to Hell to stay.

Then mankind was judged from the Book of Life.
We will be judged for our part in this Lucifer mess.
Have you been washed by the blood of the Lamb of God?
If not, you will be sent to hell with Lucifer and the rest.

God made a new heaven, a new earth and a New Jerusalem.
The prophets say it is made from rubies, diamonds, and gold.
God wants to take each of us there.
We listen to those glorious stories of old

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 30, 2007
Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 12, 2011

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