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TRUST JESUS TODAY
What I think will happen not so far from now.
There will come a day when the Beast
will be unleashed
to roam the earth and rule over us from his seat
alot of you may be scared
and tempted to walk his way for I am here to tell you
your bed in hell you will make
cling to the Father and follow his word
and in the end everlasting life will be won
but stray and walk with Lucifer and death will come your way
not just death on earth you see
for that is the first death that every human will meet
but the second death to where your spirit will dwell
and burn until Gods vengeance has prevailed
repent of your sins and turn your ways
let the father see your beautiful face
allow him to open the doors and see you enter in
after all he made heaven just for us to come live with him
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