Nothing to fear at all

They’re more scared of me, than I am of them

For the God I serve is alive not dead.

They are so naïve and they say they’re brave,

Yet they sit in offices and send troops to the grave.

 

They’re more scared of me, than I am of them,

They resent my life because I use my head.

Every word I quote from God they muzzle,

Either they scared for the truth, or they love they’re trouble.

 

They’re more scared of me, than I am of them,

They play Goliath and I bruise they’re heads,

They wave they’re swords, they mock me so,

But in my God I find all hope.

 

They’re more scared of me, than I am of them,

Cause to fear would mean I lack some sense.

And to use my mind will bother them,

But if I live they’re life for sure I’m dead.

 

I fear God, More than I do them,

For he made us both alike, you and I are men.

 

I want God, more than I do them,

For to love this world, would be to not love Him;

I love God more than I love them,

For to love this loss,

I will never win.

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