Life's Lessons - Poem by Reginald Walker
In Genesis chapter one,
Adam was created, and it was a job well done.
During Genesis chapter two,
God gave him a wife and a job to do.
In the midst of Genesis chapter three,
They had picked from the forbidden tree.
By Genesis Chapter four,
They are placed outside the garden’s door.
Quickly, Life’s lesson number one
We, indeed, are just like God’s first son.
Abruptly, Life’s lesson number two,
Lucifer tries to trick me and you.
Immediately, Life’s lesson number three,
Christ died to set us free.
Without delay, Life lesson number four,
We are destined for Heaven door.
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