The Book Of Romans

A sobbing father and a child.
His strength is revealed in your vice.
Truly it was there before thee.
Yet there was no law.
Chattels are defined by their owners.
Unlike sheep, they follow ignorant of their shepherd.
They are ignorant for they declined to acknowledge.
They do not know love, and yet they love.
Son, if you disobey more, will your father increase his mercy?
Don’t you know if you choose to die with him now he will rise with thee?
Many come to thy father and are set free.
He seeks you. Thy father seeks all of you.
You are captives to him you obey.
What is the benefit of disobedience?
What have you gleaned from it?
For freedom is that of a liberal mind they say.
Yet, one who has no restraint over his mind is a slave.
That which you want to do you do not do.
That which you hate you still do.
For it is not you but that master thou obey.
A temple built of darkness and yet full of light.
Can this temple last?
A sobbing father and a child.
Many have fallen, many have denied.
Yet, thou father awaits thee.

One thought on “The Book Of Romans

  1. “Chattels are defined by their owners.
    Unlike sheep, they follow ignorant of their shepherd.” This part really got me . Thanks for sharing . God bless you

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