The Serpent

The appearance of a snake,
brings with it great fear.
For the sight of a serpent,
means destruction is near.

But those weak of heart,
who act like they're blind.
Say the serpents not deadly,
if you follow his line.

So be not deceived,
of his flute and his baskets.
For there's no charming evil,
just graves and caskets.

For the serpents approach,
is deceitfully mild.
Wooing their audience,
with charm and a smile.

Planning it's prey's destruction
with a smile and a grin.
 While waiting for the right moment,
to just take them in.

Man is the only being,
 willing to make friends with a snake.
But in time we realize,
it was a deadly mistake.



The Day God...Looked Away!

Up the hill walks a man,
His body beaten down.
A gift of the whip,
As His flesh,
 drags the ground.

To the cross He walks,
With His eyes fixed on high.
For He had came on a mission,
He'd came there to die.

One solider, ties His wrist,
With a rope tight!
As the other draws a hammer,
And three long spikes.

Jesus convulses,
As the first nail goes in.
Now the hammering starts,
For all of mans sin.

With the second nail through,
Vile shoots down His chin.
The sickening of Christ
To mans shame, and his sin.

With His arms now nailed,
Tight to the cross.
A final spike to the feet,
For all of the lost.

The angels stood silent,
Just waiting for His call.
One word from Jesus...
Would have stopped it all.

Then right at mid day,
The sky went black.
The Father had seen enough,
He was turning His back.

The light of the sun,
was temporarily taken away.
But as our sins were paid,
The Son rose stronger,
 on the third day.

The Hope,
 for all Mankind
still shines today.
Because GOD turned His back,
and just looked away!


Dark Sky's

This world of ours,
Is so steeped in it's sin.
That the perversions of evil,
Are now a fashionable trend.

The abominable sins,
Described In GOD'S Word.
Are now defined as, choices,
Which man has preferred.

Fornication and adultery,
Are no longer classified as sin.
Now it's just an affair,
You have with a friend.

Sex now sells,
Everything on the earth.
With lust as the spokesman,
For value and worth.

Man hasn't changed,
It's like the days before the ark.
As they boast of their sins,
As the sky's grow dark...