Wolkine Stany

Rookie (November 26,1991- / St. Mark, Haiti, Elizabeth NJ)

All Nations Under God


We are all nations under God
We are all nations on His side
Who are the nations?
The Blacks, The Whites, Africans, and Asians
The Hispanics, Australians, Egyptians, and Haitians
And many more that fits into the equation
We came from different places but we serve one Lord
We came in from different countries but will leave through one door
The rapture, where our good souls are captured
We will go as many tribes and live happily ever after
With our great Lord, Jesus, where nothing but Him matters
The color of your skin and the tongue that you speak, to Jesus, has no cause
none of that stuff really matters but your worship does
I don't believe in separation in the body of Christ
God called us to be one holy nation since He gave us life
Jesus loves everybody and I leave you off with this
Love your neighbor regardless of race and nationality if you're truly His!

Submitted: Sunday, July 01, 2012

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