Faith Is Enough - Poem by Michael Hopkins
Faith Is Enough
Often man must create a belief.
To justify ones Faith.
Faith is enough.
Then, belief no longer is of any use to Man.
The great divider of following a belief or a faith.
Is replaced by the great uniter, Faith Itself.
Faith returns to man.
Man returns to him or her Self.
The circle is complete.
When Faith has been restored.
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