Man's Plans - Poem by Dorothy Lewis
Man; has plans some are successful, and some are failures. But; yet they are Man's Plans, and he takes a lot of things for granted; There have never been, a man nor a plan that Was or is done without, God allowing him to do them. For; You see man can make his plan, but God is the only one that, can rearrange or arrange success of a Man's Plans. Man can't do anything if, the Creator says "No!" It's not going to happen.
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