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How the bible views ifa(63)

Can His FATHERHOOD be rued or construed carnally and not be seriously misunderstood...?
Is His pulchritude-pavilioned perfect priesthood gained by victorious knighthood not without interlude...?
Has His SONHOOD the universally rued as well as the controversially argued verity not been generally misconstrued...?
Is His SPIRITHOOD not primarily predicated on His yet to be understood GODHOOD having plenitude of all things good...?
Who can hood His WORD the super-pretty nude truth as well as the super-perfect food fit for any kind of mood...?
Is it not by its ability to confer fortitude on humans in any vicissitude good a bastion for souls that brood...?

Is calling servanthood His blood-stained SONHOOD not the Kilimanjaro of crude blasphemy and heresy so very rude...?
Was He not made the curse on the wood so that we could enjoy the plenitude of everything good depite His GODHOOD...?
Had He not His priesthood through vicissitude-tested knighthood and SONHOOD based on humility-typified servanthood...?
Is it not good that we even amidst any vicissitude be tightly glued to Him the unargued basis for our brotherhood...?
Can His BLOOD pulchritude itself not refine the crudest of the rude the rudest of the crude in any neighborhood...?
Which manner of evil can we not through Him preclude and which positive plan can we not through by power conclude...?
Which title in magnitude and pulchritude terms can we allude to His NAME which we dare not from our safety-kit exclude...?
Should we now glued to Him still by the refinedly crude politely rude ancient Serpent and the world transient be wooed...?
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Submitted on June 16, 2012

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