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November 2013
Today’s Bible Verse 27.05.2024
Why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted within me? hope in God: for I shall yet praise him, who is the health of my countenance, and my God. — Psalm 43:5 (KJV)
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Archive for November 2013

Unfettered Fellowship

The word of God does not alter or falter

Neither swayed by human statutes nor intrigue

Never subject to reviews and oversight functions   

Isaiah 40:8 drums the beat:

“The grass withers and the flowers fall, but the word of our

God endures forever.”

With a note of finality Matthew 24:35 affirms …

“Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not

pass away.”


Personal attainments though as mountain tower

Bloated claim to virtue thundering across the land

Multifarious the years of leading the flock

Yet the key is that which lay bare before Him 

known to Yahweh and only Him as true

2 Peter 3:10 arrows in this gospel:

“But the day of the Lord will come like a thief…

and the earth and everything done in it will be laid bare.”


Contrition and obedience to His precepts 

The bible’s way of honest fellowship

Green lighted path to heaven’s abode 

Away from theatrical avowal of salvation

Afar from religious prefix or title, even label

Distinct from window displays for earthly acclaim.


Choose today to put your conscience to task 

Jump start the reality eclipsed from daylight

Stashed away in the foggy recess of the heart

Be contrite and let go of mass of litters

Take the sour hold and bite off a neighbour

Let-up and release you from yourself

God is active renewing and lifting the broken. 


Iniquity bin and consign to heaven’s trash

Seeds of deeds and thoughts that profanely thrive

Reconcile unreservedly with Godly truth

The vile whose name spikes a hair on your skin acquit

Ravelling in the novel liberty of restoration

2 Corinthians 5:17 illuminates the alleyway:

“Therefore, if anyone is (TRULY) in Christ, he is a new creature; 

old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.”


                                                   -     In His Grip

                                                         Victor Sisan Awani 


The Judgment Seat of God

Psalms 83-18 

 This is neither the United Nations Security Council,

 Nor is it the immune club of its privileged overlords,

 Polar apart with Hague’s International Criminal Court,

 Matchless variance with European Court of Justice,

 Distinct from the apex court of any known nation,

 Heavenly Authority it is to which all of man is subject.


The jurisdiction in its entirety belong to God,

The arena where truth found its origin and bide,

Beyond the deception of emotion and perversion,

Free from the vagaries of human limitation and bigotry,

A place of nakedness as revealed to Him alone,

Where the hidden is laid bare like sunlight.


The silent shout of no plea is entered,

Time guzzling theatrics of a courtroom unseen,

Mortal advocacy and submission has no place,

His determination predate any appearance

As man queue naked before his maker,

Foreknown is everything buried in his earthly dark.


Feel the pulse before the gavel is dropped,

Take a step back in time to search the soul,

Unravelling filthy blanks waiting to be filled,

Atone and erase the scorching guilt of disobedience,

The invisible joy of salvation a carrier become,

Hebrews 9:27 is undisguised:

“It is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment.”


                                   -      In His grip

                                         Victor Sisan Awani