Dimitri Jagodinski


Armageddon Part 1 a Summary


The season of Death has arrived
The bristly winds from the South send chills down our spines
Whispering names we cannot hear
Warning them that their time is near
Who is next?
Fear takes over like the plague
Demons wage the final battle against God's angels
As the gates of Hell open Satan emerges victorious
For he knows the next 1000 years are his.
Prophesized from the past
God's Revelations are at task
The trumpets bring forth Armageddon
The four horsemen ride in the darken sky on winged horses
Death, Reaper, Apollo, Ares
Names forgotten but now remembered
Mankind's final battle
God's judgment brought down with His gavel.
No quarter given all life is for the taking
New faith in God awakens
Alleluia the angels sing
Alleluia the believers sing
For God says be ready
And the faithful will sit by His throne
As the deniers bow down to Satan below

Submitted: Sunday, December 01, 2013
Edited: Monday, December 02, 2013

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