Woe unto him, who strives with God,
A foolish fool who debates and nods,
Against His will, he dares to act,
And from the path of truth, he does retract.
To do or not to do, a choice is made,
But to argue with God, a price is paid,
For in His wisdom, He knows what's best,
And against His will, we must not protest.
Woe unto that man, it's a losing game,
To argue and fight with God, it's all in vain,
For He holds the power and He holds the might,
And against His will, he cannot fight.
The man who strives and disobeys,
Will find himself lost in a darkened maze,
For woe shall come and hardship too,
When he fights and argues with what is true.
So let him heed the words of the Bible's verse,
And from God's plan, let him not diverge,
For in obedience, he shall find great peace,
And his strife and struggles shall all cease.