Poem 27- THE GRAPEVINE

T– The Land worker or the Farmer, the Husbandman- just the same, He’s no One but God the Father, John Chapter 15:1 bears/bares the matter.

H– Husbandman or the Farmer, Land worker’s God the Father, His sweet dear Son beloved Jesus, the only true Vine or the Grapevine.

E– Ey, Christ Jesus’ disciples, learners, pupils, friends, Jesus considers them His branches, the true Vine where they must be adherent.

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G– Grapevine is Christ Jesus, the true Vine where we must be attached, the true Vine where we must be remaining, the true Vine where we must be staying.

R– Regarding Christ Jesus’ Father, don’t we call Him also God the Father, all Christians can’t be adherent to Him directly, for the branches of the true Vine are we in Christ.

A– Ah, apart from Jesus, ah, apart from Christ, Christ Jesus said we can do nothing, for it’s a must to abide in Him.

P– Purging, cleansing, pruning, that must be so done, on branches that produce fruits, to be more fruitful ones.

E– Ey, those branches fruitless, ey, those useless ones, the Husbandman- God the Father, removes them from the Vine.

V– Verily, oh verily, if you don’t abide in Jesus, if you don’t remain in Christ, if you don’t continue in Jesus, you are cast forth as a branch!

I– In time, you’ll be gathered, when you have been much dried, when you have been much withered, you’ll be thrown in the fire.

N– Now, people observe well, cast forth branches are not sown, cast forth branches are not planted, but made to wither, and are thrown into the fire.

E– Ey, if they are planted, in a suitable environment, they will turn into new grapevines, independent and away from Christ.

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