Owen Johnston

Rookie (October 2nd,1977 / Lake City, SC)

Humanity Ii - Poem by Owen Johnston

The world has come undone;
Father is even against son,
Daughter against mother,
Brother against brother.

Since almost the Beginning
We have been sinning,
Often failing to heed
God's Eternal creed.

By our own sin we are cursed,
And the sinner's fate is the worst,
For the wages of sin are death
Forever-more in Hell's fiery breath.

This is why we must
Place in God our trust.
God would save us all, every one,
If we'd just accept and love His Son.

Remember and tell God's Almighty Word;
By no heart would God want it unheard.
We should express to others His love,
'Til we join and praise Him up above.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 26, 2012

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