Always There - Poem by Royston Allen
Before the Daystar was in position
and the planets began their round
Or the galaxies were called into being
and a single star was found.
There standing at the threshold of 'The beginning',
preceding time and space.
He said 'Let there be' and the vast universe
nestled neatly into place.
Light burst forth commencing a great journey,
shining its' illuminating ray
and thus began the glorious dawning
of the very first created day.
Many years have passed and gone since that first day
with its pristine light did shine
including times when in the garden Adam
walked and talked with God Divine.
But sin through disobedience brought
separation between God and man
and God through grace began to implement
His wonderful salvation plan.
To walk with men on earth and to climb
that Calvary hill and there to die
To save us from the penalty of our sin
and the law to satisfy.
He has always been there,
throughout the history of the human race
and He will for ever be there,
when the new heaven and earth takes its place.
When this old creation has passed away
and the new Jerusalem appears
and the multitude of redeemed sing His praises
through the eternal years.
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