" Resurrection #9" as written by David Randall Blythe, Mark Morton, John Campbell, Chris Adler and Abe Spear....
Lay waste torn asunder weak and lost in the past. Obfuscates the self mind,
ripped it away. Cobwebs and motes in the eye of the sun god. I think not,
serpent get thee behind me. Eradicated your somnambulant enigma. This field
has lain fallow, won't erode, won't soak up the sediment from your poisoned
mind. No, I won't soak up your misery, won't soak up your weakness, won't
soak up your banality. Taste vanadium, wide awake realizing what you've
done. Taste the frost, you chose your own death you know that you choose
well. I hate myself but not as much as I hate you. Tear yourself down.


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    General CommentAlthough Jesus feels the weakness of being human, He is God. He does not give in to evil. The devil is portrayed as a serpent. Jesus is God, and He experiences human feelings, including depression and self-loathing. However, He still has the strength to condemn evil and remain pure. This is Jesus' victory: staying free of sin and allowing Himself to be put to death even though He could have saved himself.
    metalhead1890on July 10, 2011   Link

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