Enebeli Prada


God Of Christian

I know the God of Christians
He lives in Heaven, though
He made the earth and its
fulfillment thereof.

He has a Son.
His name is Jesus.
He lives in Heaven
The Saviour of the human world.

And the HolySpirit
The third in the trinity
Gentle and Powerful
He lives in me always

And the Elders
Twenty four in number.
They love to worship, casting down
the desires of mortals before Him.

And the four Beast
Full of eyes and terrifying.
Worshiping round about
His Throne on daily bases

And the Angels
They are not human and
too numerous to number.
I have one, a Powerful ally

And many adopted sons
and daughters who are
genuinely born again and
Free from the love of sin.

The God of Christian
Is bigger than the biggest
Better than the best
Taller than the tallest.

He cannot behold iniquity
Either will He allow sinners
To enter His place of rest.
I know the God of Christian

Submitted: Friday, June 14, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 14, 2013
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