David Powers

In God's eyes

I God's eyes we are all the same
No matter what color we are
No matter where we are from
We are all the same in God's eyes

In God's eyes
We are all his children
We are all brothers
And sisters to each other
We are family

In God's eyes
We are his children
Even when we are bad
He still loves us
And says we can all ways be forgiven
for our sins

In God's eyes
We are all family
And should treat each other
As we are family
And not judge each other
Because when the day comes
for judging
He will be the one to judge all

So in God's eyes
We should Love one another
As long as we live
And for Eternity

Written By: David Alan Powers
Written For: All my Brother And Sisters to remember how much I Love Them All

Submitted: Friday, May 29, 2009

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  • Rookie - 47 Points Meggie Gultiano (5/29/2009 7:08:00 AM)

    This is very inspiring.And i say Amen and amen to this.
    Thanks for this uplifting piece.God bless you (Report) Reply

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