Deidre Dixon

Freshman - 696 Points (6-18-1961 / Gary, Indiana)

Significant To The Plan - Poem by Deidre Dixon

Just as a potter molds clay on a rotating round
God formed the male species with dust taken from the ground
Dust serves no purpose and has no real use to man
But God used insignificant dust and made it significant in the land
Once He formed you He gave you dominion and power
He gave you a body full of strength and a spirit as tall as a tower
From the beginning God intended for you to land on your feet
He wanted this so much for you that created for you a help meet
A male was so important to God’s entire plan
He sent his only begotten as an example; 100% deity and 100% man
Just as programmer performs diagnostics to check the computer’s brain
God tested your mind by allowing you to give every animal and the female a name
He didn’t do this because He thought that this was something you could not do
He did it to show the man what capability is inside of you
God had so much confidence in this creature called a male
He gave him rule over all creatures in the earth and made him the head of the female
You were created to be a leader with a purpose and destiny
He gave you favor in the garden to be close to Him and totally free
Even though sin came and interrupted the plan
God refused to let the sin that came keep Him separated from the man
Many women are so independent that they think they don’t need a male
But when a woman tries to take the man’s role she is out of order and set up to fail
We need you to help us out when we have something too heavy to lift
And when life seems overwhelming the comfort of your hug is a gift
If you ever wondered why for a man sisters will fight one another
It’s because your are desired so much by them because you are significant, brother
To make a woman who is bad to the bone God reached inside of the man
But this just proves that the male is much needed and significant to God’s eternal plan

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 13, 2005

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