Daily Spur, Ragtag Daily Prompt / RDP

Dance the Masquerade

Apologizing for telling the truth in our society is a sequelae of liberalism.
Examining the actions of those on the left, proves those on the right are

RIGHT!

Here is our fight:
Paid puppets
licking the blood of innocent babies.
Sightless who can no longer see; living in darkness;
are we boys or girls they question, animals or human.
Yet, they want all to follow, the blind leading
as they dance with the devil!

Dance the masquerade
The pretense of joy —Oh Boy!
Tomorrow; the tears

poetry, Tanka Tuesday by Colleen Chesbro

Denying God does not destroy Him

My post here is an acceptance of Colleen Chesebro Challenge Tanka Poetry; her challenge is to use the synonyms for the words “Love and Time” Numerous synonyms will be underlined.   To join the fun click here:

 

 

Without devotion
a season beyond passion,
do not destroy God.
To deny Him we destroy
us — eternity without!

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Ah! Another Challenge, Word Prompts

Moment of Truth …

Death is the moment of Truth!

Why is it so morbid to think of death?

Is it because we are afraid of the truth.

Life, on the other hand, is a pleasant subject, we have high expectations, hopes for happiness, and delusions that it will never end.
As the years go by, that moment of truth gets closer and nearer.
We push it away, but why?

The reason is, we don’t understand our purpose in life. What is our mission?

Simply put, it is “To Know, Love and Serve God in this life so we will be happy with Him in Eternity.”

Many Christians seek a lifestyle that speaks the reason for life is for God, to know me, love me and serve me, then they wonder why they fear that moment of truth, DEATH!

The atheist reasoning best explained from an epitaph etched on a gravestone. “All dressed up and no place to go.”

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Word Prompts

“Don’t judge me, God isn’t done with me yet.”

Last night I had a curious thought, have you ever wondered why it is that each day when we awaken, we feel pretty much like the day before. We look into the mirror and look just like we did yesterday. We wash our face and comb our hair to face the day, with the same feelings about significant issues as we had yesterday. Of course, it might be that today we have a new pain here or there, or our hair might be unruly. Also, it is possible we have softened about a minor issue that we held so stubbornly the day before. Generally speaking, things are the same.

YET …
… the march continues day after day, week after week and soon one more birthday, another year goes by, this is known as “time.”

We don’t see the advance of time with each passing day however when you compared a picture of yourself twenty years ago; you can’t help notice. Time sneaks up on us, and we don’t see it happening although we know it is happening. Inside our bodies, resides our immortal soul which will not age. We feel physically fit as we did 40 or even 50 years ago, i.e., we hear music and feel as if we could get up and dance all day, but when we try, we realize the effects of time on our body.

An eon ago; a time when no mirrors or means of reflection existed, people were unable to see the results upon their bodies of the”time effect” — especially when they felt the same inside (their soul) as they felt in their youth? In a sense, they were misled blind to the truth of aging.

God is like that too, don’t be misled, we can’t see Him, but He is there changing us! I once saw a bumper sticker that read: “Don’t judge me, God is not done with me yet.”

 

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