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Randy McClave

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A Judge


A Judge he will judge, just one man
By rumors and deeds he does not know
Sometimes to humiliate and crucify is his plan
With the power man gave him, which he loves to bestow,
A Judge he can be tempted by money or favors
So he can Judge a man without knowing the truth
That is the iniquity that the devil greatly savors
As it proves the well-dressed man, is uncouth.
GOD, he judges more than just one man
And he judges by truth and what's in the soul
As that is our Creators most holy plan
As he judges the complete man, the whole,
GOD cannot or will not be tempted or coerced
Or used to judge a man guilty, who is innocent
As GOD will always quench an innocent man's thirst
And for the guilty man, HELL is his judgement.
All Judges someday they too will be judged
By GOD the greatest Judge of them all
And GOD our father he will begrudged
When a mere Judge causes a good man to fall,
A Judge says he knows what is wrong from right
And he can judge a man wrong because it's his whim
While God is in heaven, wearing his robe of white
He is looking down at the Judge, and is judging him.

Randy L. McClave

Submitted: Saturday, December 15, 2012

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