Treasure Island

(brief renderings) Joe Fazio


(bca) ..............Show Me Proof


There are those that would say, 'show
me proof of this God you speak, for I
can not see Him. And I say to you;
Can you see the air that fills your lungs?
Can you see the perfumed scent of flowers,
that pleasures you so? Can you see the love
you feel for another? Can you see the
wonderment within you, as you hold your
newborn child? And what of the joy that
fills your heart, or the sorrow you feel but
can not see? Now do you say, they are not,
for I can not see them?

God is revealed unto us in all that is good.
He is love, compassion, forgiveness and
understanding. It is In these gifts from Him,
that we were born unto His likeness. It is by
using those gifts that we shall be
returned to Him.

© Joe Fazio

Submitted: Monday, February 22, 2010

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