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Wondering What God Thinks
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By Christine Tate
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Wondering What God Thinks

Wondering if Father God, as He scans the earth below,
says, "I love men more than they'll ever know.
they resemble grasshoppers, busy as can be,
yet they never seem to have time for Me!
I've blessed them for generations in myriad ways,
but few can spare a minute to offer Me praise.
the forests and oceans were formed by My hand,
small and large creatures I placed on the land.
I designed meadows where wild flowers grow,
and the arctic tundra covered with snow,
the deserts, valleys and vast galaxies,
but few mortal souls will acknowledge Me!
I sent my Son to redeem them all,
but only a handful are hearing My call.
they seldom thank Me for sending provisions,
proudly pursuing their selfish ambitions.
Refusing to honor Me in their nations,
erasing my precepts thru legislation.
I'm giving them every chance to repent,
but in their sin they remain so content.
One day I'll stop contending with men
who have rejected Me again and again!"


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Submitted: Monday, August 12, 2013

Last Updated: Monday, August 12, 2013

About the Poet
Christian since 1973, widowed in 2007, but by the divine appt. of God, I married a wonderful, godly widower in Oct. 2010. Three grown, married sons and eight grandchildren. My first love is Jesus who inspires my pen, for apart from Him I can do nothing! I desire to honor the Lord and edify readers thru poetry He inspires.


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