By Frederick Blanchard
P rofanely living for selfish pleasures,
Continually turning what’s wrong into a perception of right.
A llegiance is pledged by them to silver and gold statues,
Crafted by the hands of masons and sculptors having a worldly sight.
G athering treasures that eventually turn into dust,
While they lie in drunkenness, unaware of any spiritual light.
A ggrieving the hearts of heaven’s angels and the heart of the Holy Spirit,
By their rejection of the Holy one of God and his invite.
N ative to a godless society which idolizes lifeless objects,
They live by shortsightedness in a dying world full of sin’s blight.
The Pagan, is perhaps an old fashion term but still means a godless wonderer
or a native of the physical world, a non believer of God and his son Jesus Christ.
‘And be not conformed to this world:
but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind,
that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable,
and perfect, will of God.’