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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: End Times (02/27/14)

TITLE: Revelation
By Grace Merkey
03/02/14


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Revelation

People believe times are the last.
Itís true today and in the past.
We can read in Revelation
All about the tribulation.
This book is hard to understand.
God is the one who has it planned.
We have pre millennialism,
Post and a millennialism.
Some will argue what they believe.
Devil always wants to deceive.
Symbolism is what youíll find.
It may not give you peace of mind.
Lampstands and bowls and candlesticks,
Just what is it each one predicts?
Whatís the meaning of Babylon?
How will this war ever be won?
When we study Revelation,
We can come to this conclusion.
There is much we donít understand.
In everything God holds our hand.
Faithful and patient we must be
Until our Lord we one day see.
So we should thank and praise Him now.
Heís in charge of what, when and how.


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Sarah Wipf03/06/14
This is beautiful!! Great job...I enjoyed every bit of it!
Camille (C D) Swanson 03/07/14
Poetic and oh so lovely!

God bless~
Larry Whittington03/07/14
This was easy to read. I would, though, put a blank line between every 4 lines.

The rhyming words were well chosen but did not seem forced.

Good conclusion.

Nice work.
Shann Hall-LochmannVanBennekom 03/11/14
I'm not always a huge poetry fan, but I did like this. It had a strong message. As humans we tend to worry, but like you point out so nicely, we are worrying about the wrong thing. If God thought we could handle knowing just when, he would have told us. You did a nice job. Check out Jan's Writing Basics on the message boards. She has great advice and answers each post personally. This week she is discussing endings and a few weeks ago, she did a bit on writing poems. You definitely nailed the topic and did a nice job. I look forward to reading more of your work.