Robert Edgar Burns
Sons And Daughters - Poem by Robert Edgar Burns
Man was born for a higher purpose
Much more noble than life on Earth.
The time spent here is for our preparation
For a future immortal life after new birth.
Those who love God have spiritual knowledge,
As intelligent children who trust in Him.
The image of God shines forth from their faces,
And as His servants, are forgiven of sins.
They openly acknowledge as sons and daughters
That they are the children of the most high God.
If you aren't willing to admit this to others,
You'll fall in the pit where you now trod.
The Son won't introduce you to His Father in Heaven,
If you are ashamed to be called by His name.
By your fruits we all will know you.
And then by ours, we are known just the same.
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