TRIUMPH

TRIUMPH

 

He rode the humble colt as Zechariah wrote

Entered the City, the Temple , His Temple

Threw out the stubborn rebels

Who trashed His Father’s house,

As if a common market place

Where unclean feet trampled along,

Coarse joking, vulgar laughs

Unclean people, unclean hands,

Treated His Temple as an unclean place.

Before Abraham

Job was loved

A man after God’s own heart

Who saw with pure eyes,

Who wept over ancient father Adam

And Eve in their great loss,

Though powerful words, holy words were spoklen

And a way to truly live made known.

The trials of generations

Enoch who loved righteousness, and many others

The weight of their eternity

Noah and his family, all carried on Messiah’s shoulders that day,

And His Father’s House treated like that!

Place of prayer and communion for all nations

Spot where Abraham once stood with sacrificial love

Place of foreshadows, all to see,

Most holy words soon to be fulfilled,

New Covenant sacrifice soon to be revealed.

Money coins of silver were sent flying

Animals driven out

Treated as those men

Who one day will face their severe Judge

And their precise, specific eternal judgement.   

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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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One Response to TRIUMPH

  1. Thank you for sharing these words of truth..

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