Reginald Walker

Think On This, A Poetic Series

Man kind!
If man was really kind
We would not treat each other this way.
When that bad thought jumps in our mind.
Think about this before the words we say.

So that a man thinks,
So is he.

When life situations and circumstances try to control how I enjoy life,
I must often remind them and myself who God put in control.
Lucifer is so crafty. He tries to persuade me that he is in control.
Nevertheless, I read Psalms 8.
God put me in control.

Thou made him a little bit lower than Elohim.
And crowned him with glory and majesty.
Thou made him to rule over the works of Thou hands,
And put everything under his feet.

I am mean
I mean what I say.
I say what I mean.
By all means, I stand by what I say
Because my words means everything me.

I say to you, that every careless word that men shall speak,
They shall render account of it on Judgment day.
For by your words you shall be justified,
And by your words you shall be condemned.

Get a bible that you can understand when you read it
Read your bible to understand it.
God does not need our help to make the sunrise everyday.
Therefore, God does not need help telling you what the Scriptures say.
The Scriptures are so simple that even a fool can not err.
Therefore, if you miss heaven because you could not understand
What you read in the Holy Scriptures, then, it is your fault.

Now these were more noble-minded than those in Thessalonica,
For they received the word with great eagerness
Examining the Scriptures daily
To see whether these things were so.

God is good.
I am made in His image and likeness.
Look at me.
Am I good?
On the other hand,
Am I just a waste of skin and bones?
Only two people can answer this question.
One is God and the other is '? '.

God saw all that He had made,
And, behold, it was very good.

Copyrighted 2007

Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 30, 2007
Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 12, 2011

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