Treasure Island

Amanda May Moore

(May 21,1988 / Ypsilanti Michigan)

Heaven-ly


gazing up at the sky
I know that many have reasons why
they believe in it all
but others prosecutions make them fall

Why? why do we believe in it anyhow?
ask us believers and we will surely avow
but we have no proof to share
us believers will declare that is is there.

rarely will we doubt it-
barely holding it to be touchable-y true
because we are unfairly doubted
but our proof lies in the love He supplies

to be in heaven is to be with the Lord
to know heaven is to know the Lord
to walk to heaven is to walk the paths of the Lord
to love heaven is to love God.

even if we followers are proven to be wrong
in the end, did we not end up where we belonged all along?
we were never with out God
so go on believing that our belief in heaven is odd.

Submitted: Sunday, September 23, 2007
Edited: Monday, April 11, 2011
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