Drop Poetry | “Book Of The Law” | by Aboriginal Hebrew

“And Then…” (Joshua 1:8)

It’s stated in the WORD, clear, that transgressions were made

15th verse Deuteronomy 28

On our POWER our backs turned then came the chains of a slave

Stiff necks being clasped and bound by iron rods

Hearts hard, due to the bowing and worship of idol gods

Then a being that’s no people rode up on the coast with swords

Ships guided by wicked winds filled with savages by the hoards

But there were no slaves on board, because they captured us on the shores

And in an instant future generational knowledge all lost

But now redemption comes calling ancestors have paid the cost

For the sins of the 3rd and the 4th that have wandered lost

1 generation times 10 equals 400 years; remember the trail of tears

Commandments, statutes, and the laws that we feared

So in these final days as we make an about face

Wholly seeking out OUR POWER with bent knees and a bowed waist

And Then, let the congregation say;

This book of the law shall not depart out of thy mouth; but thou shalt meditate therein day and night, that thou mayest observe to do according to all that is written therein: FOR THEN thou shalt make thy way prosperous, AND THEN thou shalt have good success.

-Aboriginal Hebrew
Lamad Ahmath (Learn Truth)

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