The Shield: Redemption

first_imgA grievous vision declared unto me:The treacherous dealer dealeth treacherouslyIsaiah 21 & 2 the testament be:Call the spoiler to spoil, and all sighing shall ceaseLet the nations of vengeance go forth and besiegeThus, my loins were in pain; pangs took hold of meAs of a woman in labor who beareth the seedI bowed down when I heard, dismayed at the sceneMy heart nearly gave way, for great fear was with meAs peaceful a night became frightful a dreamThe desert by the sea holds a fateful decree;As whirlwinds from the south blow through barren fields,Foes from a land of great terror proceedAdvancing with speed, never to yieldPrepare ye the table, oh knights of esteem;Let the princes be full, weapons ready to wieldSet a watch at the tower, let him declare what he seesPrepare for the battle; anoint the shieldMilitary bombs and weapons go off in the calm of nightSomething deadly this way comes, and no dawn of light should followMore darkness falls, as you hear the calls of 4 headless horsemen ridingPiercing through the sleepy hollowsThe wind bellows from north to south holding the plaguesIt howls from east to west, sealing the saintsA commandment goes forth, with insistence it says,“Hurt not the servants of God before the pestilence slays!”Revelation the 7th, read what the testament saysLet the angels reveal, prepare to open the sealsLet the Son of man come and be the hope and the shieldThe tribes of Israel will rise at the end of the daysWomen will follow, men will lose their feminine waysLet them be numbered by heads, 12 thousand times 12With their households in tow, they make their vows at the wellsTo dwell in the land where they can never rebelAs their fathers before them, no enemy to dispel,Many times we done fell, but here we no longer willA redemption is coming, it’s the sign of the timesRedemption coming; your song and mineRedemption’s comingRedemption, redemptionCall the people around, give earPay attentionRedemption comingSign of the time…Redemption comingYour song and mine…Redemption comingRedemption, redemptionCall the people around, give earPay attentionShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Police rank slapped with DUI charge

first_imgMandela Avenue fatal accidentPolice Constable Ryan Persaud, implicated in the fatal accident of Akemo Anthony Bristol which occurred on September 1 at Mandela Avenue in Georgetown, appeared on Thursday before Georgetown Magistrate Marissa Mittelholzer on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol, and was placed on $25,000 bail.Represented by Attorney-at-Law Eusi Anderson, the 23-year-old Police rank denied the charge, which alleges that on the day in question, he drove Guyana Police Force minibus PVV 4652 while his blood alcohol level was over the legally allowed limit.Persaud’s defence attorney made application for bail to be granted in a reasonableDead: Akemo Bristolamount, and Magistrate Mittelholzer, in placing Persaud on $25,000 bail, ordered that he lodge all his travel documents with the court, and return for trial on October 11, 2018.Even though Persaud is not yet facing a causing death charge, he is likely, in the coming days, to be arraigned in court in this regard, since the matter is still being investigated.RecapOn Saturday, September 1st, at about 23:40h, twenty-three-year-old Akemo Anthony Bristol of Lot 338 East Ruimveldt, Georgetown was allegedly struck down and killed by Police minibus PVV 4652, being driven at the time by Police Constable Ryan Persaud.Persaud has been accused of speeding, and more so, of being under the influence of alcohol at time of the accident.He reportedly attempted to escape the scene following the incident.This publication previously reported that the Police Constable and Bristol were both travelling along Mandela Avenue when the collision occurred.The impact reportedly flung Bristol into a nearby gutter while his mangled motorcycle ended up under the minibus.Extracted from the gutter with visible injuries about his body, Bristol was rushed to the GPHC, where he subsequently died while receiving medical attention.He leaves to mourn his four-year-old son, parents and siblings.last_img read more