Richard Ikolo

What You Should Know About God

God will never lie
God can never die
Those whom God cherish
God wouldn't have them perish

God is ever faithful to His promises
God is not interested in compromises
God honours His word above His name
God's compassion brings healing to the lame

God knows the end from the beginning
God delights in praises and in thanksgiving
God is the same yesterday, today and forever
God, and not man, is the miracle worker

God can never be tempted with evil
God protects His children from the devil
God's ways aren't man's ways
God'll always do what He says

God isn't the author of confusion
God will reveal His mind through vision
God can never make a mistake
God will never His own forsake

God is the Alpha and Omega, the First and the Last
God has promised to give them that labour rest
God's judgements are always true
God knows what you pass through

God can do the impossible
God is dependable and reliable
God demands total submission and faithfulness
God desires we turn many to righteousness.

Submitted: Saturday, July 20, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 24, 2013

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Many people have distorted and perverted view about God.This simple poem gives insight about who God is.I dedicate this poem to God who gave me the inspiration to write it.

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