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Thursday, October 13, 2016

The Minister and The Beauty on Mini skirt

Written by: Muoka Chibuzor

First Written on 17/12/12.
As the minister entered the mini – mart,
He misplaced his holy thoughts.
And the anointing left him slowly!
Come on! Come on!!
The serpent called slowly.
As he saw Lucy, he was amazed because,
She was a beauty on a mini – skirt.
He reformed, to his real form,
And the genuine word of God left him faintly!
Come on! Come on!!
The serpent called faintly.

As he remembered his ministrations,
He was perturbed, by lust.
And the Holy Spirit fled gently!
Come on! Come on!!
The serpent called gently.

As he maximized his telescopic spectacles,
He suddenly saw the minges of the serpent.
And the Almighty turned away, angrily!
Come on! You on it!
The serpent kept persuading furiously.

As he looked and adjusted his spectacles,
What he saw kept changing like a see – saw,
And then, the spirit of deception and lustfulness has engulfed him!
He is fallen! He is fallen!
The serpent took over his soul, gradually.

Come lets go far away, where none of your members
Can perceive us.
I promise to give you myself and beyond.
A satisfaction beyond your expectations.
She said, looking at him…
With seductive and deceptive blues eyes.

He agreed to pay, for the ride
That would take them to the
Dwells of Human carnality,
Forgetting he has already mounted
A white flag on his calling.

The Author’s View
The writer [Muoka Chibuzor] of this brief poetry “The Minister and The Beauty on mini – skirt”, is of the opinion that there was series of impious and ungodly events that led to the downfall of the minister.

The minister in this context refers to the First Man and Woman who were deceived by the serpent (Lucy – shortened for Lucifer – the first angel of light) and this lead to the fall of man from the closeness of God due to sin.
Righteousness exalteth a nation: but sin is a reproach to any people. – Prov. 14:34
The fall of man, or the fall, is a term used in Christianity to describe the transition of the first man and woman from a state of innocent obedience to God to a state of guilty disobedience. Although not named in the Bible, the doctrine of the fall comes from a biblical interpretation of Genesis chapter 3.

At first, Adam and Eve lived with God in the Garden of Eden, but the serpent tempted them into eating the fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil, which God had forbidden. After doing so, they became ashamed of their nakedness and God expelled them from the Garden to prevent them from eating from the tree of life and becoming immortal.

The minister was deceived, despite the fact that he had the word of God with him. And this lead him to mount a white flag (surrender) on his calling as a minister of God.

Seduction and Deception were the primordial Keys used by the serpent to unlock, invade and attack the innocence of man. This was because the serpent discovered the gullibility of Man, which was to put man under constant pressure and persuasion to do that he would not have done. The serpent took over immediately Man disobeyed God.
Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour - 1 peter 5-8 
Ways to Over come Sin by - JOSH HICKS
Consider the Psalmist’s words in Psalm 1:

Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful.

So then:

1. Walk not in the counsel of the ungodly – 
You do not need the world’s advice, nor its poor sinful worldview! You do not live in a world fashioned by chaos; rather, you live in a world that was fashioned by the very word of God. Take your advice from the Word of God. In the very same Psalm (v. 2b) it says that the godly man meditates on God’s Law day and night, and that it is his delight.

2. Stand not in the way of sinners – 
This doesn’t mean “Don’t get in sinner’s ways.” It means don’t walk, live, go the way  that sinners do. This is the path to which you were originally inclined, due to being conceived and born dead in sin. But if Christ has saved you, continue in it! 
We need not accustom ourselves to the world’s manner of doing things, for their motivations are wrong, their means are wrong, and their manner is wrong. Instead, seek the Scripture’s way of how you ought live. Attend the means of grace God has graciously given and pattern your life after such instruction.

3. Sit not in the seat of the scorner – 
I’ll defer to the venerable Matthew Henry here. “[H]e does not repose himself with those that sit down secure in their wickedness and please themselves with the searedness of their own consciences. He does not associate with those that sit in close cabal to find out ways and means for the support and advancement of the devil’s kingdom, or that sit in open judgment, magisterially to condemn the generation of the righteous. 
The seat of the drunkards is the seat of the scornful, Ps. 69:12. 
Happy is the man that never sits in it, Hos. 7:5.”

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