‘What Gill Do I† Have?’ (God)

‘What Gill Do I† Have? (God)…Steady goes My† hand, Placing death on shoulders, See My† hand’s wave, It’s coming upon you, ‘O sad nations, Jolly in your surrender….

What Gill Do I† Have? (God)

Are you impaired?
Has man corrupted you that much?
'O sweet, sweet seeds of Mine†!
How can you be so gullible?

I've† watched you grow from a child
I† nourished you through the vine
I† counseled you and disciplined you

'O cherished ship of Mine†
waivery and endurable

You can't tell between
I† and My† Son†
What's of the kingdom
What's of the Earth
How have you been so blind?

It is I† who moves things
I† will move you
like you've never been moved before
'O gullible of nations
strong in appearance
like a well-groomed maiden
but deeply troubled on the inside

I†, the Lord Almighty, never waivers
I† do not weaken
nor do I† stutter

Look around My† mountain
She's beauty entangled with ugly
She's calm, embracing terror
She's in between the birthing
notion of time

I've† waited long enough
I've† waited for your 'relent'
but worldly treasures have consumed
your senses
that you no longer see clear
nor hear clear

So pitiful is this
So much given
then squandered, pillaged
building stairs on sides 
of mountains
where no stairs should be
all because you can

I† allowed your 'can'
Useless all these senseless
acts of building
When in abundance
you could give, help, nourish

Instead of waste!

I† DID NOT turn My† back
on My† mountain

I† have been the gardener
of My† seeds
but I† give you room
to make choices

'O sadness awakens in Me†
to watch this godless prostitution
of My† mountain

Steady goes My† hand
Placing death on shoulders
See My† hand's wave
It's coming upon you
'O sad nations
Jolly in your surrender

Look! the galloping horses
passing by
feel the dust from their stride

Still My† people don't see Me†
Still money is put over Me†


Bow your head
Sing the mourner's song
You didn't heed for the first three
Build the tensions
As in My† servant's neck
Watch! 'O Watch!
'O Watchman of words!
See My† hand sweep
As they sit in surrender
without praising My† name!

I† will take them!

says the Lord Almighty God†

Notes: The photograph is from October 7, 2019: Faces. This day God reveals through the photographs He had me take, all the faces (eyes) He has every where. So, by this and what He explained to me about the kingdom, being the eyes of God could very well be your next journey.

(February 22, 2022)―The Scripture I was led to after the writing is unbelievably amazing. 1 Kings 2:13-18 through 1 Kings 2:39-46 is about King Solomon, but actually it is teaching us what a King will not tolerate and what a king has to do to seal his kingship. God is telling us: He IS the king!

The word gill in the title is written phonetically. It is how I heard it. The capital letters and punctuation in the piece, which I usually don’t put, was demanded this morning, as well as the long lines. It is all out of character for the writing, signifying its importance above all the rest.

Adonijah Asks for WifeNow Adonijah, the son of Haggith, went to Bathsheba, Solomon’s mother. Bathsheba asked him, ‘Do you come peacefully?’ He answered, ‘Yes, peacefully.’ Then he added, ‘I have something to say to you.’ ‘You may say it,’ she replied. ‘As you know,’ he said, ‘the kingdom was mine. All Israel looked to me as their king. But things changed, and the kingdom has gone to my bother, for it has come to him from the Lord. Now I have one request to make of you. Do not refuse me.’ ‘You may make it,’ she said. So he continued, ‘Please ask King Solomon—he will not refuse you—to give me Abishag the Shunammite as my wife.’ ‘Very well,’ Bathsheba replied, ‘I will speak to the king for you.’—1 Kings 2:13-18 (Ca. 971 B.C., Jerusalem)

Adonijah ExecutedWhen Bathsheba went to King Solomon to speak to him for Adonijah, the king stood up to meet her, bowed down to her and sat down on his throne. He had a throne brought for the king’s mother, and she sat down at his right hand. ‘I have one small request to make of you,’ she said. ‘Do not refuse me.’ The king replied, ‘Make it, my mother; I will not refuse you.’ So she said, ‘Let Abishag the Shunammite be given in marriage to your brother Adonijah.’ King Solomon answered his mother, ‘Why do you request Abishag the Shunammite for Adonijah? You might as well request the kingdom for him—after all, he is my older brother—yes, for him and for Abiathar the priest and Joab son of Zeruiah!’ Then King Solomon swore by the Lord: ‘May God deal with me, be it ever so severely, if Adonijah does not pay with his life for this request! And now, as surely as the Lord lives—He who has established me securely on the throne of my father David and has founded a dynasty for me as He promised—Adonijah shall be put to death today! So King Solomon gave orders to Benaiah son of Jehoiada, and he struck down Adonijah and he died.—1 Kings 2:19-25

Abiathar Removed as PriestTo Abiathar the priest the king said, ‘Go back to your fields in Anathoth. You deserve to die, but I will not put you to death now, because you carried the ark of the Sovereign Lord before my father David and shared all my father’s hardships.’ So Solomon removed Abiathar from the priesthood of the Lord, fulfilling the word the Lord had spoken at Shiloh about the house of Eli.—1 Kings 2:26,27

Joab ExecutedWhen the news reached Joab, who had conspired with Adonijah though not with Absalom, he fled to the tent of the Lord and took hold of the horns of the altar. King Solomon was told that Joab had fled to the tent of the Lord and was beside the altar. Then Solomon ordered Benaiah son of Jehoiada, ‘Go, strike him down!’ So Benaiah entered the tent of the Lord and said to Joab, ‘The king says, Come out!” But he answered, ‘No, I will die here.’ Benaiah reported to the king, ‘This is how Joab answered me.’ Then the king commanded Benaiah, ‘Do as he says. Strike him down and bury him, and so clear me and my father’s house of the guilt of the innocent blood that Joab shed. The Lord will repay him for the blood he shed, because without the knowledge of my father David he attacked two men and killed them with the sword. Both of them—Abner son of Ner, commander of Israel’s army, and Amasa son of Jether, commander of Judah’s army—were better men and more upright than he. May the guilt of their blood rest on the head of Joab and his descendants forever. But on David and his descendants, his house and his throne, there be the Lord’s peace forever.’ So Benaiah son of Jehoiada went up and struck down Joab and killed him, and he was buried on his own land in the desert.—1 Kings 2:28-34

Benaiah and Zadok ElevatedThe king put Benaiah son of Jehoiada over the army in Joab’s position and replaced Abiathar with Zadok the priest.—1 Kings 2:35

Shimei Confined to CityThen the king sent for Shimei and said to him, ‘Build yourself a house in Jerusalem and live there, but do not go anywhere else. The day you leave and cross the Kidron Valley, you can be sure you will die; your blood will be on your own head.’ Shimei answered the king, ‘What you say is good. Your servant will do as my lord the king has said.’ And Shimei stayed in Jerusalem for a long time.—1 Kings 2:26-38

Shimei ExecutedBut three years later, two of Shimei’s slaves ran off to Achish son of Maacah, king of Gath, and Shimei was told, ‘Your slaves are in Gath.’ At this, he saddled his donkey and went to Achish at Gath in search of his slaves. So Shimei went away and brought the slaves back from Gath. When Solomon was told that Shimei had gone from Jerusalem to Gath and had returned, the king summoned Shimei and said to him, ‘Did I not make you swear by the Lord and warn you, ‘On the day you leave to go anywhere else, you can be sure you will die’? At that time you said to me, ‘What you say is good. I will obey.’ Why then did you not keep your oath to the Lord and obey the command I gave you?’ The king also said to Shimei, ‘You know in your heart all the wrong you did to my father David. Now the Lord will repay you for your wrong-doing. But King Solomon will be blessed, and David’s throne will remain secure before the Lord forever.’ Then the king gave the order to Benaiah son of Jehoiada, and he went out and struck Shimei down and killed him. The kingdom was now firmly established in Solomon’s hands.—1 Kings 2:39-46

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