God Ain't Say He Hate Humanity
God ain't say he hate humanity. But
He did say I will heal all my beautiful people.
God ain't say i am not gonna be desperate to be your friend,
He never said i am going to stop being your friend.
But he did say even if people talk behind my back
I will not stop being their friend, he said he will for father for them all.
I am going to love you for eternity still.
I am going to be there for you in eternity still.
He did not say forget my children, he did not say i hate my children he didn't say i hate women.
He did not say i hate me i love them all even if they sin, over and over again.
He did not say i hate humanity or the who entire race.
He didn't say i hate animals, he didn't say i will kill my kingdom.
But he did say i will heal my beautiful, feed my children i will love all people.
He didn't say forget men and all people.
He didn't say imma throw all my children in the pit,
He did say he will love everyone wno walk right beside me and trying to make world better for people of today.
I will have them a Guardian angel in the new night and life of the living
Each and everyday.
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That's on the earth today
He promised to make our plans in life to get better
If people unite as one make one another life more better everyday.
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