Satan versus God


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6 Jan 07

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Very cool there!

thank you.  A compliment from you to a newbie like me is very kind.

I tend to confuse or piss off people by being to too "clever" at times;

I'm really pretty socially stupid.

I have more nasty verses to share if allowed (not banned) : )

thanks,

r.

Go ahead and share -- I bet they are great!

yeah Napoleon

=The Preacher=



The Preacher on Drugs


Wrong turns
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are sure to lead the lost
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from Heaven's Gate to Burning Cross
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to Homo Hills
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then Druggers' Dens
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where they do crack
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and smoke within.
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28 Dec 06

The Preacher on Credit


Every man who ever lived
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lived on credit owed the Lord;
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lives on His Prophets' Sharing Plan;
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agrees to pay interest to his life's condition
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or burn lucre forever in debtors' perdition.
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God's Inflicted Pain is a Blessing!


When one's febrile with a fever
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should he mope? Why, never!
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For a fever is God's favour,
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instilling fervor for the Saviour;
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like the wall outside the nut;
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like the ram's relentless rut;
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like the Ban and like the daid,
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pain reminds of what we're made.
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26 Jan 07

Instructive for Baptist children ages 3 to 9


The picture link at the bottom
is to be printed out in advance
and thrust into the child's paw
at the finish of the poem reading.


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"Brownie Mousie"
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Brownie Mousie
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kept its housie
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at the Catlick Bakery,
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where it lived
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beneath a sink,
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squeaking by on Catlick crumbs,
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and, we think,
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on floor sweepings--
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dirt they bake in Catlick bread.
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Such bad food poor Mousie had.
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One dark day
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the Catlick Cat
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discovered where Brown Mousie's at!
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He knew
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because he'd found its hat
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hanging on a Catlick nail
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those Catlicks stick to snag,
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and impale.
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"Mew 'hail Mary!',
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Meow aloud!"
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demanded the cruel Catlick Cat.
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"Or I'll eat you instantly."
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And that demand
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was that.
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Brownie Mousie
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could not mew--
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our Baptist mouse
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--it had no pew
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or church to pray
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itself from prey
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of Catlicks
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on that awful day.
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So Brownie Mousie quickly ran!
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It found safety inside a pan.
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The small wonder of our story is,
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those Catlicks never miss a beat.
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They ne-ver waste what they--
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little children, here's a treat!
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sold us by their pope to eat
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now show the picture to the child
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12 Dec 06

r.w. reads the poem aloud in character voice for the tots,

http://tinyurl.com/yhk6hb

I have shown these religious verses to countless church type friends and none of them seem to understand humor.  "You mean, you aren't serious?" ask my Baptist and Catholic friends.  I look at the little mouse and repeat the question. He hints that the dough was a tasty surprise at first but not at last.

I am sorry to miss that, Napoleon. You can always send it to me by PM.

All I did was use the 'F' word. They're getting strict around here.

Anyway, I was saying I like your creative work and it's always appreciated on Atheist Nexus.

Welcome Reid Welch.

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