God is Love, and Could there be More?

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When we were all small children,

each of us was taught,

God is such a loving god,

and our sins were all bought.


He sent his precious son to us,

here, upon this earth,

a child that was so wonderful,

as seen from his birth.


God is a benevolent source,

and a force to be revered,

the grand creator of all we see,

and by evil is so feared.


We all are given life, itself,

and by His marvelous hands,

those who walk, as with His Son,

each of us understands.


The Universe and all we have,

was formed, as from the clay,

cast from his powerful hands,

the stars, in their array.


He sees and knows all we do,

and He watches everything,

His eyes are on the sparrow,

as giving joy, in what life brings.


Who created Him, in mystery clad,

knowledge beyond our realm,

we know His Son and what He did,

on our ship of life, and at the helm.


Jesus, in flesh, as a man, He walked,

and upon the soils of time,

His everlasting gift of life, He gave,

beyond all kings, so sublime.


What better way to show to man,

the Creator's love and such grace,

than to send to all, His saving act,

as in the vision of His face.


We grasp the answer, found by each,

within the world, which we see,

reality in a beautiful life, from God,

and who, forever, He shall be.




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teaches12345 4 years ago

I love the photo. It is such a beautiful statement of how God is much more. Thanks for your inspirational thoughts and truth on this wonderful characteristic of God.

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