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Our fate is sealed; gone is the rule of law.
The court has taken on itself a role
Of changing words to legislate; its claw
So proud in reason as it takes control.

The source that gives it power is ignored –
It does not matter what a word might say,
Nor that its range is roped – it cuts the cord.
It bends words since it feels a certain way.

We are a Sodom waiting for the fire,
Gomorrah for the brimstone’s choking smell.
We’re tolerant of sin because the choir
We’re singing in wears robes that come from hell.

God’s holy Court will soon in judgment sit
And lowly court will get its final writ.

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Prov.14:34 Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin
is a reproach to any people.

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© Dennis Lange and thebardonthehill.wordpress.com, 2015.

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      Everybody’s Going To Heaven

Joe has his faults, but he’s a good ole guy,
Though he may drink and curse and lie.
Could anybody wish for a better friend,
Though Joe’d rather borrow than give and lend?
Everybody’s going to heaven, my boy;
And nobody’s going to hell.
Joe’s got his faults, but we wish him well. 

Liz is a lovely thing and syrupy sweet.
Gossip leaves her lips like a luscious treat.
And who can resist when she starts a tale;
Though she slays a neighbor, she’ll save the whale.
Everybody’s going to heaven, my boy;
And nobody’s going to hell.
Liz sins a little, but we wish her well. 

Bob is a businessman, shrewd and hard;
He’ll put a knife in your back, but give you his card.
He cheats on his wife, but he loves her much
And he gives to charities and such.
Everybody’s going to heaven, my boy;
And nobody’s going to hell.
Everybody’s doing it, so we wish Bob well. 

Sam is a homo and perhaps he’s got AIDS.
He does booze and drugs and they got him in raids.
Now he’s an activist for all of our rights.
He marches for causes in every fight.
Everybody’s going to heaven, my boy;
And nobody’s going to hell.
It must be his genes, so we wish Sam well. 

The fact of the matter is that good’s in us all;
And to throw us in hell would take lots of gall.
Except for a Hitler or the worst of the worst,
Or Judas who hanged, then fell down and burst.
Everybody’s going to heaven, my boy;
And nobody’s going to hell.
God is good so He wishes us well. 

But in the same Book that tells of His love
And His kindness and mercy and His Son from above,
It speaks of His wrath, that He’s a consuming fire,
His hatred of sin, and says -‘less I’m a liar –
That not many are going to heaven, my boy;
And most are going to hell.
Cause we love ourselves and keep wishing us well.

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© Dennis Lange and thebardonthehill.wordpress.com, 2013.

 

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