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True Righteousness

Thinking back upon the Pharisees, those Old Testament wannabes,
Portrayed with a righteousness, who instead, were spiritually amiss,
Christ called them white washed tombs, that for God, had no room,
Filled with dead man’s bones inside, by The Lord, they were denied.

Scripture says there’s no one good; this by all must be understood,
But, some Pharisees of that day, ignored Truths which God did say,
Some things in the Word of God, they dismissed for tradition’s nod,
As man’s traditions they enjoyed, making God’s Word null and void.

Men righteous in their own eyes, some Truths they dared to despise,
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