Michael P. Johnson
Questioning Christians - Poem by Michael P. Johnson
Christians! sceptics, wonder, somehow
If man's salvation's true?
Why on earth does Heaven allow?
Troubles, worldwide pursue
With devils, constant molesting
People live, others die
Is not Heaven thorough testing
Here, therefore why?
We all, can say, yes and amen
We all, can play a game
What happens here, what happens when
Billions die in shame
The church is confused, what to do
Should patient, love be spread?
Should truth direct Heaven in view
Which way would you! be led
Self restraint's often required
Forgiveness fails to reign
Love's discipline's rare desired
How is one born-again?
We need restraint, in Jesus love
Troubles may come and go
If real, one's goal, is high above
Life's truthful facts should know
As children, our parents ordered
Punishment, would we feel
If love alone was afforded
What would the future reveal?
Should God as Father not be true?
Devils not be to try?
Should Truth not test me and you?
Living! before we die? .....
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