BLOOM

Have you read “All I Do” or “Yahweh“? Please do… This is the first instalment in my 316RUSH (316 posts posted at precisely 3:16pm) … Do enjoy… Click here to enjoy Aybee Omari’s Bloom Baby, Bloom Take all your sloppy love stories. Heap them … narrative upon narrative, tale after tale from Romeo and Juliet’s dangerous dalliance with death to the illicit affair under the duvet of dusk between David and Bathsheba Consider them in all their glory and grandeur See Casanova blaze bright like a Supernova hovering over damsels like a predator would eye his prey Watch in wonder as the dashing prince smashes through beam and board just to win the fairest one’s heart Take all of these Your fairy tales, your bedtime stories stories of a princess awakened by a kiss or missing shoes used as GPS in a romantic quest Pile them up till they reach the navel of the sky or better still till they

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Jesus: The Covenant

Act One, Scene One Matthew {1:1} The book of the generation of Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham. No matter how you look at it God is a God of covenants. In keeping with His nature He establishes covenants with the sons of me (Noah, Abraham, Moses, David etc). In David and Abraham we have the two vital covenants: The Covenant of Kings and the Covenant of Fathers. Jesus takes his reference point from these two covenants. The Covenant of Fathers and Sons Abraham was given a promise. That his seed (sons) would outnumber the stars and the sand. It was a covenant that covered the heavens (stars) and earth (sand). It was both terrestrial and celestial in nature. God promised to bless his descendants and make them His own special people – in return, Abraham was to remain faithful to God and to serve as a channel through which God’s blessings could flow to the rest

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5 Inches

Written on: 22nd of August 2013 Mary had a little lamb whose fleece was white as snow A lamb for the slaughter so that all would know That Yahweh yearns for his prodigal sons to return home Mary had a little lamb whose bleat was a Lion’s roar Sweeping through the vale of death and hell A light to tear the darkness and the evil that surrounds but Jesus said to them, “I have shown you many good works from the Father. For which of these do you stone me?” “We are not stoning you for any good work,” they replied, “but for blasphemy, because you, a mere man, claim to be God” – John Zebedee Can you see the children playing in the streets? Can you? Quickly… come fast… Can you see that one with the wild smile? He is in the center, with a zit on his face? Yes? You can! good… That is Him… If telling about

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JESUS

A little piece of me: I could be very vainglorious but I constantly remind myself that the source of my life is CHRIST. I CHOOSE TO EXALT HIM WITH MY POETRY BECAUSE IT IS A REMINDER THAT HE IS THE SOURCE. I believe that JESUS IS PERFECT THEOLOGY. I pray that this poem reveals you in CHRIST and CHRIST in you. DO YOU UNDERSTAND THE CROSS? The angels stared in wonder Across the galaxies there was a quiver It was beyond all expectations The grimmest event since the earth’s foundation The tears of Jerusalem’s wives and mothers And the spikes driven in fiercely by the roman soldiers Formed an eerie symphony as eternity Watched a man killed who was either mad or a different breed of divinity Raucous laughter rose from among the rabbinic rank Mary looked on, her sturdy heart sank They were mocking her baby, calling him a liar He hung on a tree – Yeshua son of

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MAN OF SUFFERING

Hi there, please do follow this blog by email and tell your friends and foes about it. I trust that God will bless you by the words therein. [COMMENTARY ON ISAIAH 53:3] He was despised and rejected by mankind, a man of suffering, and familiar with pain. Like one from whom people hide their faces he was despised, and we held him in low esteem Appalling they uttered, How could the one who called himself King be stripped naked and hung on a tree before all men as a mere criminal? It is quite inconceivable to hold the image of a God that can be killed. Definitely if we apply logic to it if God can be killed then death is God? This is the stumbling block of the cross. For on the wooden tree Christ experienced in a moment all the pain and suffering of man. Songs have been written. Poetry flows from the lips of muses like a

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