Fire From Heaven (A Prayer)

Fire of God — Cross aflame — burning in heavens name.

Purifying the faithful; exposing the faithless.

Come into man’s souls and place your fire, oh God.

Cross of fire — Cross of flame.

Empower me.

To rise from the mass grave — of past stewardship’s mistaken assumptions.

As they are hell-bent on murder, guilt, and contempt.

With a satanic transformation they are consumed, devouring until death redeems.

Race: the complex–as the question — is answered.

The Methodist church of yesteryear

 is

sanctified.

About Maximus Anglicanus: The Old High Churchman

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One Response to Fire From Heaven (A Prayer)

  1. An aspect of the poem, is that on the back of racial turmoil; mistakes and conceit–mutually between all perspectives of racialism–came the dismantling of the institutional church. Now in its demolished state — the East rebuilds. I reclaim the Cross Aflame, in the name of Jesus.

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