What If I Believe
`I see nobody on the road,' said Alice.
`I only wish I had such eyes,' the King remarked in a fretful tone. `To be able to see Nobody! And at that distance, too! Why, it's as much as I can do to see real people by this light!'
When I look and see what others do not, should it be kept secret? Or is it my fault that, like Alice, I see nobody on the road? (Click the image to read more)
Is it, therefore, my obligation to reveal
To say to others that these things are real
That the light for their eyes is maybe too dim
To perceive all of this that I hold within
Perhaps not "obligation," but my burden to bear
Knowing none will consider or pretend to care,
Being taught to see things the way they "ought" to be
Stops us from questioning what others can see
There is then this matter of a God that's so cruel
That he tortures all those who question His rule
So that anything said with God's title attached
Is sacred and holy and none dare to redact
Twas the reason that Christ abandoned the Jews
That he simply was not the Messiah they choose
Not the king they expected to take David's throne
To oust the Romans and make Israel his home
Now the Antichrist rules and its lies told so long
That any who question are told they are wrong
"The soul is immortal and in hell it will burn"
One of the many pagan lies it returns.
Because of our ignorance, we fear to refute
That the churches teach lies with unholy repute
So in front of your eyes is a haze that will hide
Any semblance of truth that is offered as a guide
Around us the world in chaos does grow and
The more time that passes the more it will show
That the Antichrist rules under Satan's dominion
The TRIBULATION is upon us, and that's not opinion