Treasure Island

Dr John Celes

(14-2-1957 / Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India)

Jesus Never Lies as He is God, the Light and Truth!


Jesus was a sinless man who never said a lie;
His Spirit won over the Tempter’s designs in the desert;
The miracles, He did were for those with undue faith;
And when sin was the basis, He cured them and said,
‘Do not sin again! ’ and Jesus never lied.

Death of the soul is sequel to mortal sins;
Diseases too were due to a sinful background;
Demons possessed someone when sinner by habit;
The Tempter always lied and never could say a truth;
The apostles failed at times to do great miracles
Because ‘They too were men of little faith! ’

Although by birth, the human being sins,
And cannot be without succumbing to temptations,
A total purity of heart, mind and soul is well within our reach,
As Jesus said that we can win over devils like Him
If only, we are alert and often pray with our heart.

Trust in God is what we need for miracles huge;
Faith can move mountains into the seas;
God discerns the hearts of human beings;
Most Saints were once, the worst of sinners;
God dwells in the sin-free souls in spirit form.

‘Ask and you will get’ said Jesus Christ.
But to receive, we must be pure in heart;
Ask in fervent prayer with faith and hope;
Blessings will rain down for the righteous;
To God, the impossible is possible!
But Jesus never lies for He is God, the Light and Truth!

Submitted: Monday, April 14, 2014
Edited: Monday, April 14, 2014

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