TO JUSTIFY JESUS
To justify Jesus we should remain focused
On our need for our Heavenly Father to provide.
We must pray for what makes life seem less stressful
As Christ did the night before He died.
All through life we come to God for answers
Troubled by fear and the hardships we face.
He gives us wisdom, trust and love for free
Which saves us from shame, fear, hatred and disgrace.
How much Bible Study is needed in a lifetime
For us to discover what God wants for His receivers?
What amount of prayer or quantity of time
Does it take for us to obey as believers?
God's word is always simple, moral and complete
He will answer our prayers if we are willing to wait.
Never selfishly try to use our Lord's love and concern
To satisfy needs unworthy and subject to debate.
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