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TITLE: Absolute Fact - 11 Sept 2013
By Graham Insley
09/11/13
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Like most of my poetry, this is aimed at encouraging the reader and edifying our faith.
Absolute Fact

Satan came one day,
And whispered in my ear,
He said, ďIím your friend,
You have nothing to fear.
Iíve come to reveal,
The truth of the matter,
About Christ and His death,
The absolute fact of the latter.

Now you donít really believe,
In fairies and such,
You know things arenít real,
If theyíre not solid to the touch.
I can see youíre a man,
Of discernment, not haste,
You can tell a lie,
From its smell and its taste.

Rising from the dead,
Well, itís simply not real,
I ask you to be honest,
Can a dead person feel?
Donít listen to fantasy,
Science Fiction isnít fact,
Now Iíll be quiet,
While you answer back.Ē

I said, ďI know that itís you,
Whispering in my ear.
And I know youíre right.
I have nothing to fear.
But your so called truth,
Ends at that point.
Youíre the father of lies,
Get out of my joint.

Youíre not welcome here,
I command you to go,
And take your lies with you,
Cease with their flow.
But before you leave,
Iíll give you, absolute fact,
About my Lord Jesus,
The Cross and its pact.

On two pieces of wood,
With a few iron spikes,
You murdered my Lord,
When you vented your spite.
But truth is still truth,
Youíre left out in the rain,
Because now youíre the one,
Whoíll face sorrow and pain.

For your plan backfired,
Blew up in your face,
Salvation came down,
For the whole human race.
Excuse me, Iím sorry,
Your lies are poor bait,
I know He is risen,
And you know, your fate.

I need no more proof,
Of whatís easy to tell,
Iím bound for heaven,
You can keep hell.
You can live with your lies,
Theyíll help you keep cool,
Because itís absolute fact,
Jesus, still rules.
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