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God Knows No Color

Updated on October 11, 2011

God Knows No Color

Our God knows no race or color

His eyes are blind to such things.

He reaches to the very heart of us

And to our heart and soul he clings.

When God looks deep into our heart

He does not see the color of the man.

If Jesus truly dwells within our heart,

Then  we'll fit into God's Heavenly plan.

Our God has a plan for each one of us,

One that has been made to fit just you .

Always treat every man as your equal,

Then do what God would have you do.

Don't dare to stumble because of color.

Don't fall down and then lose your way.

If we have given our heart to The Lord,

We will all walk on His Streets someday.

It's not on the outward ,but what's inside,

Only God knows what is in a man's heart

We could look and still we'd falsely judge

As a Godly judge we could fail our part..

But we should not judge,that's God's place

He knows all and His Word is always true.

Love Thy Neighbor, in God's Holy Laws

That's what God is really asking of you.,

The day we make it through to Heaven,

We'll find there the great and the small,

They all made it through by Faith alone,

And found color had not mattered at all  !


It is strange how sometimes we will judge

a person we may  have just met when we

may know nothing about them, perhaps

the way they look ,act or maybe dress.

but God  said  to judge not lest you be

judged. I know a lot of us has done that

without thinking so I guess we should all

be careful .We don't want to fall because

of that. Thank God, we have a Savior to

go to and ask forgiveness ,and He is

always willing to cleanse us of any sin

and help us to overcome anything that

would cause us to fall .Thank God for



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      Clara Kish 6 years ago from Mt. Perry. Ohio

      I put a new poem on last night, Could A Poem Be A Sermon,That makes 81 now .I will try to put another one on later tonight if I can.I have an old cookbook from 1854 and I was wondering if I could use any of those articles on here , not word for word ,but to pass the main idea along. I know the author has been dead for over 100 years but the way they had to do things back then is interesting . one kind of dress when they washed it they had to take it apart. I wouldn't want of those dresses, would you ?Did you say for e book? I know I couldn't afford it but I could at least try to look at what they do I guess I had better be going now , it was good to talk to you .write when you have time.

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      Clara Kish 6 years ago from Mt. Perry. Ohio

      I think there must be a limit because I had a lot written here and it all disappeared,The next time I had better make 2 short letters instead of one long Husband had his 89th birthday Nov. 28th last year. but he didn't really know it , he was too far gone ,his main concern about passing on was that he didn't want to leave me , he told me that but he hadn't been able to walk for years , he couldn't hear , could hardly see, got so he couldn't talk , I prayed for God to take him before he took me , He was so concerned about being put in a rest home but I told him we would keep him here and take care of him.I could not publish anything now , I am just on Social Security and that does not go very far. I'll get off now and try to come back in a little bit .

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      inaniLoquence 6 years ago from Singapore

      I don't think there's a limit. :) So let's just chat away.

      About the "moderate my own comment" point, you don't have to click on it. I clicked on mine and nothing happened. So no need to "repair" anything. Leave it as is.

      Sorry to hear about your grandma and husband. So he just celebrated his first death anniversary? Well I intentionally used the word 'celebrated', no pun intended. I believe that death is part of the human cycle and a new beginning. Although it is very hard to accept someone's passing, we have no choice but to see it in a positive point of view.

      You're welcome!!! :) I was glad to have helped somebody. If you need any more suggestions on handling this site, just leave a comment or something. :)

      Oh, congrats on the 80 hubs! You seriously need to consider turning it into an e-book (an ebook is just like a book but not in paper; it's something downloadable on the internet). The internet has a grand way of publishing. If you are interested, there's


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      Clara Kish 6 years ago from Mt. Perry. Ohio

      I don't know if there is a limit of words on here nobody has ever said anything to me about it . Could you tell me

      why it comes up on my comments , "Moderate my own comment."everybody doesn't have it so I figure that I have done something wrong at sometime on here,I have made mistakes on here but I thought I had repaired them.

      My Grandmother lived to be 87 years old but the last 7 she was bed fast and that is not a very good life,My husband was disabled for 10 years and the last few years he was completely disabled, and that is a poor life for someone who has always been busy.He passed on last Dec. 1st. Hub pages and the people have been a very big help to me and you was the first one to offer help ,Thank you. I had better get off of here before we both get fired. LOL.clara

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      inaniLoquence 6 years ago from Singapore

      You remind me of my own grandmother, Clara. :) I have not seen her for about two years already and she was supposed to come visit us this December but it was postponed. So yes, Christmas would not be the same without her. She has also fallen down quite a few times and that brought us to drastic measures like changing the tiles in her home, bringing in a wheelchair if she wished it, so on. Her health is our priority.

      I do hope you could go to that Christmas celebration at your granddaughter's house. It is not fun without a lot of people in Christmas and New Year. It's supposed to be bustling and very noisy... :)

      You're 82! Now that's yoooung! :) Don't worry, I will try my best to take care of my health and live as long as you. My great grandmother lived up to the age of 95 or 96... I miss her terribly.

      Ok now, I have written a looong reply here. I hope the hubpages management won't mind. :)

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      Clara Kish 6 years ago from Mt. Perry. Ohio

      Hi, I wondered what happened , I hadn't seen you on here for awhile.This poem has been on for awhile , don't remember when I put it on,I'm glad that God looks on the heart not on our looks .

      Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you ,too.My son and I are supposed to go to a get together on Christmas at my granddaughter's House at Lancaster,Oh. but I am not sure if I am going, a lot of it depends on the weather and how I feel .I am 82 now and I have fallen twice and I can't get up by myself when I fall , no fun getting old and not able to do so many things that I used to . oh , well , sooner or later it will come to all of us if we live long enough . It was so nice to hear from you . Take care now , clara

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      inaniLoquence 6 years ago from Singapore

      Hi Clara! Another beautiful, thought-provoking poem once again. :) You never cease to amaze and awe me with your writings. I read this one aloud and felt every word of it. Now that's not a feeling I get when I read Shakespeare... :)

      Anyway, I have been inactive in Interpals for quite some time but now I'm back! :)

      Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year in advance! Will you be celebrating it with your family? A reunion perhaps? Keep me updated.. :)