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What God Do You Believe In?
by Deborah Ann Belka
3/17/2012 / Poetry
Some people don't believe in God,
they can't see the proof of His creation
they think all the beauty before them
came from the book of evolution.
Some people can't be sure of God,
they think perhaps there may be one
but since they can't see or feel Him
they think perhaps there may be none.
Some people don't want to know God,
they love the darkness not His light
and upon their beds the wrestle with
all the evil deeds they do in His sight.
Some think God and nature are one,
that He has no eyes, no ears, no face
they say He has no heart to love you
and can't impart on you His grace.
Some people think they are God,
they don't want to be told what to do
they are ruled by their pride and ego
and their arrogance they love to spew.
Some people think any God will do,
that one God is just as good as another
and no matter the religious path you take
will lead us all to come together.
Some people believe in the one true God,
for He is the self-revealing God of man
and through the gift of salvation in Jesus
we believe He will finish ~ what He began!
"Jesus saith unto them, My meat is to do the
will of him that sent me, and to finish his
work. Say not ye, There are yet four months,
and then cometh harvest? behold, I say unto
you, Lift up your eyes, and look on the fields;
for they are white already to harvest."
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