God will sort them out one day

Enemies are awful and enemies are mean.
But all their wicked, wicked deeds
by God above are seen.
Now God is all forgiving, but God is also good.
And God will sort them out one day
just like we wish we could.

BHO at judgment


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3 responses to “God will sort them out one day

  1. Let us hasten to the mountain.
    Let us finish up the race.
    We don’t want to miss the liar,
    As he comes to his disgrace.

    Though we must love the sinner.
    Only sin it is we shun.
    There is no hope for mortal man,
    Who crowns himself “The One.”


  2. Love “hasten to the mountain”, Grunt! It fits with the morning coffee meditation I just enjoyed about Noah.

    Noah comes from the verb nuah, which means REST, SETTLE DOWN, COMFORT, REPOSE, CONSOLATION. It signifies not only an absence of movement but being settled in a particular place with overtones of finality, victory, salvation.

    I never before connected Noah’s Ark floating in a water wasteland until coming to rest on Mount Ararat with the Ark of the Old Covenant wandering in a desert wasteland until coming to rest on the Temple Mount. Duh me! and Wow isn’t that something?

    It’s so beautiful, this image of desperate people wandering in a wilderness, carrying their hope for the future in an Ark. The hope in Noah’s Ark was the fertile couples who would people the Earth.

    Jesus’ first visit to the Temple came when he was a newborn … who had floated 9 months in the watery womb.

    At least one of the early writers refers to Mary as the Ark of the New Covenant. She was there at the foot of the cross. (Scott Hahn has a chapter about this in his new book, Hail, Holy Queen!)

    Before Jesus started his ministry, he went into the desert for 40 days, then wandered through the Holy Land teaching until coming to rest on Golgotha (“It is finished”), which I believe was on a hill.

    Finally, Rev 11:19 says, “Then God’s temple in heaven was opened, and the ark of his covenant could be seen in the temple. ” And Rev 21:10 says, “He took me in spirit to a great, high mountain and showed me the holy city Jerusalem coming down out of heaven from God.”