Joseph Narusiewicz

Gold Star - 6,840 Points (9/29/50 / So St Paul, Minnesota)

Faith - Poem by Joseph Narusiewicz

Questions about the seen and unseen
How far can science really reach?
Darkness plagues us under the sun
All our life we know death will come

Mortality defines our precious time
The universe is there we can't deny
It is practical to assume a first cause
All we gain can so easily be lost

By knowledge we can never know
Which way we should travel and go
By revelation God reveals his truth
To those that hear his good news

Materialism says its all a big wager
The bible says it is fallen nature
Philosophy says change the situation
Gods love brought a cross of redemption

Nietzsche teaches beyond right and wrong
Evolution says it is all the weak and strong
Universals seem to lose their voice
Relativity makes everything choice

Why do we feel so much, laugh and cry?
Those that hear the divine call know why
Why can't they really explain to us love?
It doesn't make sense without God above

Kant said two things astounded him
A starry night and the moral law within
Who made those wondrous stars too shine?
Be honest, do you ever stop and ask why?

Look through a microscope or a telescope
Do you really think you will ultimately know?
Look at a flower in the blossoms of spring
Hear the beauty of a sweet song bird sing

They complicate it all again and again
But I believe in a kingdom with no end
They try to tell you that death ends it all
I know I will see loved ones before long

Do you think they really know?
I think faith is a much nicer road
We hope you find on your search
God created the heavens and earth

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 21, 2011

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