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TRUST JESUS TODAY
Note: God's law in Eden is "Do not eat of the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil", where Satan's Law In Eden is just an acronym - L.I.E., a mockery of God's truth.
A lying tongue, the garden did profane
When forked to spit, did split the truth in twain
Where good and evil gods there did arise
From fruit forbidden, law of God despised
So Satan’s Law in Eden was a lie
With woman told “Ye shall not surely die:”
And idle man, who did not crush his head
But ate instead damnation of the dead
And both their eyes were opened to their fate
He shook the hinge, as shut He slammed the gate
With sin, the sting of death all men to feel
Till righteous son of man should bruise his heel
When death laments at having lost its prey
When dawn is crowned the holy Christian day
The saving grace of man be spoken true
By he who said, “They know not what they do.”
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