Clarence Prince

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Worthy Of Learning - Poem by Clarence Prince

One should try and learn this lesson
There is a reason for each season
It comes to serve its purpose
At times it comes teaching us a lesson
The Lord holds each of us blessings
Seek your God who gives the blessings
Allow Him to be your true provider
In God you ought to be a believer
Link not yourself to a deciever
And listen not to a non-achiever
Try entice yourself to good lessons
And see the reason for your season
Trust in Jesus Christ and you'll live
Since the truth is because He lives
All that put trust in Him shall also live
And not just any sort of unfruitful life
That doesn't serves for godly purposes
But yuor life should serve a great cause
Showing the reason for you being alive
Don't you hesitate to learn this lesson
Just try and fear God without doubting
He will see that you get your blessings
You try learn what's worthy of learning
Seeking God is worthy of learning.

At this point just say Amen! ! ! !

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  • Bri Edwards (7/9/2016 4:15:00 PM)

    But yuor life should serve a great cause
    Showing the reason for you being alive......................

    ..............check your spelling of second word, above. :) :)

    i'm sure feel that YOU are serving a great cause, and if you make some others' lives more
    pleasant/worthwhile, i guess you will have succeeded.

    but as for a reason for being alive: if mankind judged the worthiness of each individual and tried to determine if there WAS a reason for being alive, mankind might decide to get rid of the unworthy [and sometimes do] [and i'm not saying i would not be in favor of that! ], BUT would that be in accordance to God's desires for His creations? ?

    :) bri
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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 20, 2010

Poem Edited: Friday, August 20, 2010

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