Julius Victorio

(15 August 1993 / North Middlesex Hospital)

God is in control


There are different kinds of gifts
But all is done in the same spirit
At the same time, there's different services done for the Lord
And we all feel it
The Holy Spirit
And when God works in us
We work for the common good
An caring for others as we should
The gifts listed in the Bible are;
Wisdom, Knowledge, Faith, Healing and Miracles
In addition there is Prophecy, Recognition
And the translation of Gods' message to his people

You don't need a steeple
To preach Gods' message to his people
Because all you need is the Bible
To get the Word across
That Jesus died on a cross for us

Now do all Gods' works
Whatever God chooses
Which work that you do
Just keep in mind
When you work
God is in control

Submitted: Thursday, May 21, 2009
Edited: Friday, May 29, 2009

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