Spiritual Poetry posted July 18, 2020


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Just a poem about God

Gods Story

by Becky Kern-Taylor

I find it strange and very odd.
Some people don't believe in God.
They just can't seem to comprehend.
The message He has tried to send.

He made us all and had a plan.
He made a woman and a man.
His wish was we would find our worth.
And populate His glorious earth.

He had such hope that we'd comply.
We'd live a life and then we'd die.
He wanted us to never stray.
Then come back home to Him someday.

But somehow evil came to be.
And changed the course of history.
It grew and grew with every year.
God hoped that it would disappear.

But then He realized one day.
His loving earth had gone astray.
He sent us many to defend.
The message that He tried to send.

But evil grew to such a height.
He had to use His powerful might.
And finally He made the call.
To send His Son to save us all.

So Jesus came to spread the word.
With hopes that everybody heard.
He told them that His Father knew.
That evil would encapture you.

And still today the battles loom.
With fiery words of death and doom
But follow Jesus heed his word.
And try your best to spread the word.

Then hopefully on judgement day.
The Lord will take our soul away.
And we will spend eternity.
With God and Jesus happily.






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This is THE story and must be repeated over and over until the end of times.
I hope that all Christians work very hard to spread the word, so all mankind will benefit from the goodness of our savior Jesus.
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