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The Rapture And The Glory
by Paul Francis Mc Cann
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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The Rapture And The Glory
by Paul McCann

Have mercy on the people
who deal with all the evil ,
they’ve all got their instruction
and they’re hell bent on destruction ,
but there’s always nights of heaven
and there will be days of glory
when God will have his way ,
its an never ending story
in the rapture and the glory
when the battle has been won
in a time that is to come
and In the days that lie ahead
when the moon turns into red ,
have mercy on the people ,
when the fire falls from the sky ,
and the angels from on high
descend upon the city
and there won’t be any pity
as the truth falls on the path
burning up the chaff
and on that day they’ll cry out ,
everyone will have to shout out ,
Lord have mercy , save our soul
everything has been foretold
and God will have his way
in the end on judgement day
in the rapture and the glory
and the end of the story
In the days that lie ahead
when the moon turns to red
have mercy on the people
and take them from the city ,
the innocent and true
they’ll be counting on you ,
Lord have mercy on that day ,
here's hoping that you do ,
In the rapture and the glory
and the end to the story
has already been foretold
when God will have his way …..
and God will have his way……
and God will have his way .

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Reviewed by Ronald Hull 5/13/2015
It is really strange that the "perfect" God that is supposed to have created us all in "his" image is acting so infantile to use us as toy soldiers that he can manipulate any way he wishes in his "perfect" plan, and then decide to destroy us like some spoiled child would his expensive toys while promising some that they can escape his twisted violent ways by "believing" in him? An unbelievable crock!

Reviewed by Isabella Koldras 5/12/2015
...the title of your poem-hymn looks familiar...yet Catholics don't use the term "rapture"...but certainly believe in some sort of "event of gathering" with Christ...don't know how to approach the concept of being "caught up"...still your verse stirs up some pretty strong feelings...speaks of the overwhelming fear "when the fire falls from the sky"...but also a hope...the promise that all the misery/pain in this world could be undone through Him and His Glory...Lets hope so.
Thank you Paul for sharing your thoughts provoking words.
Reviewed by George Carroll 5/12/2015
The end of your poem says it all.

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