God, Poetry, Thought-Provoking

The Woman

The woman,
In her submission, 
Is quiet,
She helps the man,
She believes in the man,
Because she sees God there.
That is what she loves.
It is just that way.
It is the way God made her,
He also made him a certain way.
This is the complement:
The Gentile woman,
Has her place, 
She loves those who keep God's commands,
And holds fast to the testimony of her son.
She is Mother Earth,
He is Father time,
Both find their place,
Amid the Divine.

Then the dragon was enraged at the woman and went off to wage war against the rest of her offspring—those who keep God’s commands and hold fast their testimony about Jesus.


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