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The Mirror

When I look in the mirror
A reflection I do see
Of a man who is important
For I know that God loves ME.
When I look in the mirror
A reflection I do face
Of a man who has been saved
And I know it's by God's GRACE.
When I look in the mirror
A reflection it must afford
Remembrance of what I have seen -
For I must reflect the LORD.

James 1: 22-25
Richard Merrell



The New Cart

You will remember that in David's day
The Ark of God they took
But placed it on a New Cart
And not according to God's Book?
When they came to Na-chon's threshing floor
In error Uz-zah did reach
As the Ark began to topple
Upon him God made a breach.

Now, King David was displeased
And afraid of the Lord;
But soon he came to understand -
They had disobeyed God's Word.
So to the priests of Levi
King David this did say,
'You obeyed not God's due order
but did things your own way'

Now, by some sections of the Church
A New Cart has been made,
Where the Lord must dance their tune
In this, I am dismayed.
'Now Lord WE release you
And toss you to and fro;
God, you better do it
For we are the boss you know'

This New Cart the Church does drive
A new Ark they've made too;
The registration caption is
'God do what WE tell you! ! '

This warning I now give
You must burn all your New Carts
Or God wil make another breach
Please, let Yeshua touch your hearts!

1 Chronicles 13: 1-11; 15: 1-13
Richard Merrell



The Ten Percent Gospel or Malachi Syndrome

Tithe, Tithe, Tithe!
Your money give to God
Tithe, Tithe, Tithe!
Will your God you rob?

Mix LAW and FAITH together
And set a precedent,
Mix LAW and FAITH together
But start at ten percent!

For me to tithe? it's not of faith
It's like - not eating ham,
For me to tithe? it's not of faith
Don't make the gospel a sham!

Give Freely, Freely, Freely
For, in the Christ you are made alive,
Give Freely, Freely, Freely
And make His ROOD your tithe! ! !

'Freely you have received, freely give.'

Matthew 10: 7-16; Acts 4: 36,37

(The tithe in Malachi was food, somewhere along the line it's been changed to money, most likely
by 'money hungry' pastors who see themselves a as type of Levitical Priesthood, and live like
parasites off the sheep, the 34th of Ezekiel says it all.)
Richard Merrell



The True Shepherds

The pastor has been taken
By two angels of the Lord;
He has been bound in iron fetters
Before the the flaming sword.
How many pastors will be slain
By the voice from Jesus' throne,
How many will be called accursed
And into darkness thrown?

The Day will come when Jesus
Shall bid his angels 'Reap'
And they will bind those pastors
As they have bound the sheep.
'twill be on judgement Day
When the Good Shepherd will call
To sift those false shepherds out
Who climbed in o'er the wall.

It shall be as 'Pilgrim Christian' saw
'twas this he did relate;
'I saw there was a door to hell
alongside heaven's gate.'
So I warn you, do not listen to
All shepherds but make a choice,
The way to know the true ones is -
They'll speak with Jesus' voice.

These will not compel the sheep
But lead by their example;
Nor for filthy lucre's sake;
They wear Emmanuel's mantle!
Richard Merrell

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