Michael P. Johnson

Gold Star - 7,370 Points (7th Nov.1943 / New Silksworth / Sunderland Co/Durham England)

Religion Or Christianity - Poem by Michael P. Johnson

Since man from God was led astray
And sin brought change of mind
Traditions hold The Truth at bay
Religion keeps us blind

Since then the lie has multiplied
Traditions kept us down
Too many souls have wrongly died
Beneath religion’s crown

Till Truth to most sounds strangely odd
Where Light does naught but fade
Where most traditions not of God
Religiously persuade

Tradition orders don’t and do
Religious tides may flow
Yet doctrines both change oft their view
Where ere the winds may blow

Traditions come traditions go
Religions twist and turn
But which of them can life bestow
And hearts in Truth to burn

Can God be swayed as doctrines are?
Be influenced through lies?
Will Heaven’s Door be held ajar?
By man’s religious ties

The Lord’s not mocked nor is He swayed
Regardless time or space
The Gospel Truth will never fade
From those with Heaven’s grace

Jesus remains The Only way
To those on bended knee
To Him God’s Christ, The Lamb once dead
Who rose to set us free

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 3, 2008



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