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Oh the wind, the day #poem #poetry #arts

Oh the wind, the day

Burning wind
This wind is urgent
This wind urgent
The wind opening now

This open door
It’s a wind of days
This open Heaven do
Opening door, see?

The wind, the wind, oh see
The wind of wind
This rending of this
This day of days

The day of days
Oh this day now see
Oh see, DC
See and see this

Oh, oh , soul words
The word, the word, the dew
This living wind of Love
This open Heaven deep

Light, love, hope
The light, The Father, the sea of Love
The love, the dew of love
Oh love and now

So opening door
The love of God know
This know of know
This know of Him

This do now
The new day see
Love of Love of Love
Oh holy is

So know, know and know
The new of new
This do know
This know

Thing doing, doing do
The dew do
The new wind show
Oh live, do

This word, this doing word
The dew of God know
The new winds of the day
Oh the wind, the day

Given by Papa God, February 5, 2013

This New Day–Poem

THIS NEW DAY

Live in Him
Live in God
The Word…He and He
The Word, the love

The Word, the Word
The love, the Father
The watch, the hope
The watch, the watch

This, this hosting God
This word this day
This Word is hosting, yes
This new day

This new house, He’s here
This hosting love
The new day is, nation
It’s new day, new day

The new hour
Oh, the new hope
Oh, the hope of Heaven
Oh, the host He is

This wind is now
This Heaven is now
This Heaven now is
Oh, the love of He!

The Father, the gate, you are
This love is urgent now
This love is open day
This host is now

Given by Papa God January 11, 2013

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