YOU REAP WHAT YOU SOW

by William Gonzalez
(Harvard Illinois United States)

It seems we only pray to God when we're in trouble or need.

When in fact, we're the ones that planted the bad seed.

You reap what you sow, as you very well know.
But it's the devil we blame that won't let us go.

We should read God's word for knowledge and wisdom.
Follow our Shepherd to lead us into his kingdom.

We have a loving God who's loving and fair.
He provides all we need to avoid Satan's snare.

We get pulled out and fall right back in,
Do to our temptations and sin.

The devils tools are the things of this earth.
Your born into sin at the time of your birth.

It's a narrow path to walk, trying to avoid all the snares.
Just know for a fact, that God hears all our prayers.

Read the bible and ask God for instruction
For without him, we're headed strait for destruction.

Accept Jesus and let him into your heart.
Embrace his love and never depart.
Love him with all your might and then you will come to see the light.

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Mar 13, 2015
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by: Peter

So very true!!!!

Mar 13, 2015
The Truth will set us Free!!!!
by: Frank Gonzalez Risen Savior Church

Great poem. Reminders of how we need a savior. Choose who you will serve TODAY. Peace

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