He is God, the creator of heaven and earth.
He made the plains and everything green.
Even the animals and everywhere I've been.
From his breath Adam was given life,
after the sea creatures came on day five
He is God, the friend of Abraham.
A man who earned the earth by faith.
That he could use his only Isaac as bait.
He made him the patriarch of great Jerusalem.
And He sent to him Melchizedek king of Salem.
He is God, the lover of David.
Lifting a shepherd boy to a glorious throne.
Overlooking the sins to which he was prone.
He even gave him as heir Christ his Seed.
To a king without strife and without greed.
He is God, the keeper of Israel.
He made their enemies drown where they walked.
They trembled in fear and awe when He talked.
Judges, kings, and prophets to them He sent.
And grace, peace, and love from Him they spent.
He is God, the lifter of my head.
He took me right from the miry clay.
In the dark dungeons of dismay where I lay.
And seated me among the most exalted.
That the world would see my pains are halted.
He is God, the father of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Sending His Son that we might live abundantly.
Now our worries can be rested redundantly.
He took our pain and conquered death as Messiah.
Rightly as has been prophesied by Isaiah.
He is God, the one without beginning.
He has no father and He has no mother.
You cannot fathom Him don't even bother.
He's truly the first and the last.
Our dwelling place in generations past.
He is God, the only righteous judge.
He sits on the throne and judges the earthen below.
Both the rich and the poor, the high and the low.
Here is the author and the finisher.
Rewarder of the just and the sinner's punisher.
He is God, the Lion of the tribe of Judah.
His love for them so strong and vivid.
That He preserved them for the sake of David.
A tribe with whom God and Angels dwell.
An army before whom Goliath fell.
He is God, the invisible and the Invincible.
He is the head of the Godhead Elohim.
The elders and the angels daily bow to Him.
He calls things that weren't as though they were.
He can do everything and He is everywhere.
Topic(s) of this poem: christianity, faith, god, religion
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