Michael P. Johnson

Veteran Poet - 1,911 Points (7th Nov.1943 / New Silksworth / Sunderland Co/Durham England)

The Godhead


“I am the Lord who’ll always reign
I am three, yet one remain
I cannot die I’ll always live
Believe the truth to you I give


I was I am ere time began
I The Lord created man
I am but one, and yet I’m three
I’m of Spirit, the Word’s in me


In Jesus’ name I came to you
I walked the earth for man to view
In Christ I dwell though He’s in me
I’m The Father and yet all three


Three I am, yet we are one
Father, Spirit, Jesus the Son
To understand must first agree
To know but one must know all three


The Holy Ghost comes in my name
I’m Jesus Christ; Father the same
Spirit of truth no man can see
Always in Jesus present in me


I’m three in one yet one in three
This truth won’t change but always be
For I am truth I cannot lie
And they in me will never die


I am in Him and He in me
I was I am I’ll always be
To know the Father must know me
For He is I and I am He


You wonder how I came to be
Eternal God who’s one yet three
In spirit; first you’ll comprehend
I’m Alpha, Omega, Beginning & End”

Submitted: Thursday, January 31, 2008

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