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God Doesn't Need a Marketing Strategy
by Faith Noles
2/17/2014 / Poetry
God doesn't need a marketing strategy to reach out to the lost,
He doesn't need public relations to draw men to the cross.
Doesn't need a watered down gospel to attract the wayward youth,
He doesn't need human psychology to speak of relative truth.
Today men call good evil and dare say evil is good,
As brazenly they worship gods of flesh, metal and wood.
And it isn't politically correct to tell someone they're living in sin,
To tell them there is a Holy God who looks upon all men.
Wolves, pretending preachers, line their pockets with silver and gold,
No bargain prices here my dear, for they will steal your soul.
Multitudes of lost seeking those who will deceive;
They don't want to hear the truth, they will not believe.
Jehovah God is not mocked when godliness is feigned;
He's not impressed by your religion, still in holiness He reigns.
Just as the days of Sodom, His eyes move to and fro,
He sees the evil men that rob on earth below.
Jehovah is Just and Mighty, and He is not deceived.
For darkness is as light to Him, and His vengeance will be appeased.
His word has not changed, it's just the same, and judgment will surely come,
Yes, there will be a reckoning for the sins that man has done.
Faith Noles is a Registered Nurse, mother and grandmother who is passionate about spreading the gospel.
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