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Not my will, but Allah's will

In a world where power lies in Allah's hands

No use in grasping what's beyond our command

For all that's meant to be will come to pass

No force on earth can alter fate's steadfast grasp

 

No sense in chanting words of darkness, deceit

For Allah's listening, every whisper, every beat

Wasting time on futile, empty things

When destiny's design already sings

 

No point in mourning what's forever gone

The past is sealed, a chapter done

No magic to conjure back what's gone

Lost souls remain in realms unknown

 

No need to harm, to curse, to hate

For Allah's protection is ever great

The meek and humble under His watchful gaze

Shielded from harm in countless ways

 

No use in reopening sealed doors

What's closed by Allah remains forevermore

No force on earth can break those chains

That bind what's meant to stay the same

 

No point in trying to mend what's torn apart

Love once shattered can't restart

Blessings ignored, now lost in time

No effort can revive what's in decline

 

No need to hinder the good that's sent your way

Tailored blessings for each individual's play

Accept what's destined, embrace the flow

Let go of control, let Allah's plan unfold

 

No use in wasting time and energy

On fruitless pursuits, devoid of synergy

Focus on positive, on dreams and desires

Embrace the journey, let your spirit inspire

◄ Doors of destiny

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Ghazala lari

Tue 20th Feb 2024 23:00

Thank you Keith, Bethany and Carlton

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David RL Moore

Mon 19th Feb 2024 18:25

What is the punishment for an act of apostasy and/or the indulgence of homosexuality?

I am guilty of neither (should guilt be applied) having never embraced the slavery required to fullfil the former condition.

How far does your Gods grace extend?

I am speaking of The Scripture not a modern interpretation of it.

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Bethany Sallis

Mon 19th Feb 2024 18:17

Surely Ghazala. the poor deceased victims of the Holocaust must be rolling in their graves about what terrible crimes their countrymen are commiting against thousands of innocent people

Hitleresque without any doubt
thank you for a very well written poem.

Beth

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keith jeffries

Mon 19th Feb 2024 14:46

A poem well expressed about the will of God. The words of the Lords Prayer which Christ taught his disciples to say has one line which is of supreme importance. "Thy will be done". These words are of a most sacred significance and I have found great value in them.
Thank you indeed for this poem,
Keith

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