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The Good Book tells us
We should love our enemies,
But that is not being done very much
Even Christians don't like each other.
So what is sharper than any two edged sword ?
Hateful words that can cut to the very marrow.
These words can fill a lifetime of memories
So cutting, you bleed a little everyday.
To love and forgive, is it possible ?
They say, you can't have one without the other !
Like a pearl in its shell, forever working to be a gem.
A workman not ashamed to follow the Creator above.
Money not worked for is easily spent,
Hard work makes you appreciate it,
Love not money makes the world go around
The love of money will give you many problems.
It is better to give than receive
God says I want your 10% first ( storehouse )
Real giving after that to people that really need it,
God will bless you in ways you don't understand.
Please read the Parable of the Prodigal Son.
Its a story of you and me,
A loving Father with an endless supply
Of Eternal riches, mercy and love.
About this poem
God's love to us Please read Luke 15: 11-32
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