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A Holy Hosting (poem)

A HOLY HOSTING

Grace, race, love
Holy love, holy God
A holy gate, holy Heaven
It’s Heaven, it’s holy
This Heaven is holy

Holy Heaven, holy season
This holy day is hosting, yeah
Things and doors and Heaven to be
It’s love, it’s race, it’s God

The Father, the Father loves this nation
This love, this day this light
This God, this host, this light
Exit, exit, God hosts Heaven

It’s love, it’s love; God-love
Hosting this house of love
This God, this day this host
Host love, this host

This love, this nation, this host
It’s love, it’s light, it’s time
It’s God, it’s love, this love
A burn, a gate, a gate

The watches, the gate; it’s love
This love this day, He is
The wonder, the wonder, the sign
This love this day you are

It’s hosting God
This hosting the Father
This God of light He is
This host is Heaven

This God is hosting, yes
This yes, yes God
This host, this God
This God this day; He is host

Given by Papa God, November 2, 2012

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This Day This Nation(Poem)

THIS DAY THIS NATION

God hosts, God knows
He enters, He loves
He enters the nation
This nation this God is entering

Oh host, love, it’s God
This nation, this nation hosts the Father
This day this nation this God
This nation, this Heaven, this light

It’s Heaven, it’s God, love
This day, this nation is Heaven
Heaven hosts this nation
This nation will host Heaven

This nation this day is hosting Heaven
This hosting nation is God’s nation
This nation is God opening now
This day, this nation, this day

This day, this day, this nation
This Heaven, this nation, this Heaven
This God, this love, this nation
This day, this nation…nation…nation

This nation, nation, day
The Father, the dew; He is holy
It’s Heaven, it’s love, it’s holy
So love so, nation

Given by papa God, October 24, 2012

A Thought: King David

A company of souls in debt, distress, and discouragement could on the surface do little for a king-to-be in David. Yet in a cave at Adullam he welcomed them and poured what He knew of his God into their lives. In time many of these discontents became men of renown themselves. It’s one thing to curse those who we deem as beneath us, or not doing enough to better themselves. It is an entirely different thing to risk throwing misconceptions out the door and pour what God has placed into our hearts as Christians into those who can’t do anything for us in return. Yet it is a test of Christian royalty