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Denis Martindale


* A MATTER OF FAITH!


When God looks down upon this Earth,
The world in which life lives,
He wonders if we know His worth
And that He still forgives...
He wonders if lost souls will find
Forgiveness in His Son
And if each one will change their mind
For God's will to be done...

To think, this young Earth He once made
Exhibits proofs worldwide,
Disputing proofs that Man's displayed,
Defiant, full of pride...
Yet scientists can't prove God lies,
By dating what remains,
It doesn't matter how each tries,
Or how they trick their brains...

The centuries have proved God right,
With truths that bear His mark,
His signature by day and night,
Shines even in the dark...
And all Creation proves the Lord
As quite beyond compare,
Such that His love can't be ignored
Since God still hears each prayer...

No wonder, then, the Saviour died,
To save the lost world here,
Submitting to be crucified
So sin was crystal clear...
Man's unbelief will lead to Hell,
Of that, there can't be doubt,
That's what God's prophecies foretell,
Till God casts demons out...

Consider what the Bible says,
Old Testament and New,
In truth, it tells us, more or less,
The things that Man must do...
To God, life's like an open book
Throughout Eternity,
Each day He simply has a look
At folks like you and me...

When God looks down upon this Earth,
The world in which life lives,
He wonders if we know His worth
And that He still forgives...
He wonders if lost souls will find
Forgiveness in His Son
And if each one will change their mind
For God's will to be done...


Denis Martindale, copyright June 2014.


This Gospel poem is about the recently promoted
Gospel film called A Matter Of Faith that tells
us the story of God's revealed truths and proofs
about the Creation, life itself and the fallen
state of Man's soul. This requires Jesus Christ
as the only begotten Son of God. For He alone,
is the Saviour of the whole world. For He lived
a sinless life, was sacrificed for our sins and
rose from the dead and will live for evermore...

The teaching of all Creation without a Creator,
now does that really stand up to the evidence?
God gave us prophecies to prove His existence
throughout time. From Adam and Eve, Abraham,
Noah, David, Joseph and Mary, life after life,
when rooted in faith, meant God's blessings
followed God's blessings. Where are they now?

It's truly a matter of faith that will help us to each
regain what we've lost up to now. But the damage
already done has sabotaged the faith of billions.
So watch out, world, because God hasn't finished
with us yet... TO BE CONTINUED...


Google search the websites for GOD TV
and Revelation TV and their Watch Now
TV programmes. Seek and ye shall find...

Submitted: Monday, June 09, 2014
Edited: Monday, June 09, 2014

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