God is everywhere.

poem by: Christopher Russon
Written on Jul 27, 2017

How can we say there is no God
When we see him everyday
He is there within the universe
And in parks where children play.
He is there in the form of a helping hand
That picks you up so you can stand.
We see him when there's birds in flight
And those shining stars late at night.
So how can we say there is no God
When we see him everyday
Maybe we are doughtful when evil gets in the way.
Then we hear God is almighty
And his presence is everywhere
All we need to cultivate is the power of prayer.

 

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Frank byrne commented:
The power, and the glory......Amen.......nice poem Chris..
Cecilia Crasto commented:
Why is it that you and I see and countless others do not, if I may take the liberty, a small correction in the spelling of doubtful...glorious poem Christopher.
Christopher Russon commented:
Thank you Frank and Cecilia for your lovely comments.
Robert Kohlhammer commented:
It is nice to read a prayer. I find reading prayers just as good a form of poetry as any other form.
Christopher Russon commented:
Thank you Robert .
Ja Ja commented:
These are powerful words you have proclaimed And your faithful thoughts have so well framed
Christopher Russon commented:
Thank you Ja Ja.I took the dog for a walk around the park the other week Birds were singing children playing every thing green this poem came to mind. Without a hope what have we got.

 

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