God’s judgments come in many forms,
In flood and tempest and many storms;
His wrath’s revealed his servants cry,
Until the world begins to question why?
David Silvester who lives by the Thames,
Has watched in anguish our turn to shame;
To mess with marriage for ages God’s rule,
Will cause our kingdom’s fabric to fall.
He spoke up in Parliament warned them all,
The meanest, the lowest, the highest of all;
The judgment of God is what you face;
If Sodomite marriage you put in place.
He changed allegiance to UKIP he went,
“Broken Britain” restored on this they’re bent;
Sadly he spoke to his Party and Press,
The sin’s of Sodom he wanted to address.
A man with his eyes open it’s plain to see,
When a nation’s lust for sin and perversity;
God’s holy displeasure and blinding wrath,
Surely lies in such an nation’s path.
David spoke out of the floods and rain,
A righteous plea met with the utmost disdain;
Party and friends and churchmen alike,
This bold man of God they all want to spike.
One man in a nation can he truly be right?
Just one willing to stand up in the fight?
David Silvester’s stand for God’s cause,
Shouldn’t be pilloried but have our applause.
(James R Hamilton. 23rd, January, 2014).