MINEFIELDS

MINEFIELDS

 

A walk through an American minefield

Surrounded by bunches of silk flowers

Psalm 91 comes to life,

Before eyes that see

Ears that truly hear;

The mind of a disciple understands,

The “Law of Messiah” his complete treasure

A thick mantle of trust covers bare shoulders

Keeps warm during the cold nights,

Shades from the scorching heat of the day.

Many who once walked as believers

Have fallen, turned from the Holy Name

Treachary chosen in daily survival.

Fear overcomes so many

Even suicide plagues the military veterans,

Hunger and thirst drive violent city mobs,

Awful things done to one another.

The arrogant few sit in regal power

Take sadistic pleasure in all the misery as only another door of opportunity,

TSA dogs roam about

Bark and sniff and bite;

Their “police state” masters laugh,

The political leadersip laughs;

But then God in Heaven laughs at them,

Much louder, much stronger and with the last laugh!

 

 

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About Gary Bertnick

I was a Minnesota teenager in the late 1960's. I was drafted into the military after an intense time at an engineering school. As a graduate chemical engineer and former athlete, I became a Marine Corps private. The Lord spoke to me through a friend while visiting Rapid City,S.D. My true discipleship began in Southern California and was boosted through association with Morris Cerullo Ministry and others. I fed upon the Scriptures and have learned to be led by the Holy Spirit. I know what the fear of the Lord is. What I write is done to honor the Lord and to touch the lives of those who know Him as well as those who should.
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