If God - Poem by Maia Padua
If God is good,
why does He allow people to suffer?
why all these agonies,
our life in distress?
If God is so powerful,
why did He let sin begin?
why He doesn't end all the pain,
why does He allows the devil, on earth reigns?
Honest, anguished questions, i provide
unreasonable questions i cannot hide
for He knows even if i'm not speaking
he can read what my mind is thinking.
My hand moves, reaching out for a book
scanned the pages though i never looked
showing me the words scribbled on it
with my very eyes, i read every bit.
The story of rise and fall
the Restoration of the special people
God desired to reveal His character
to a world that did not know Him ever.
I have to understand, the answers to my questions
the battle waged long ago against God
the great on-going war between God and Satan
and now everything will happen according to God's Plan.
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