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Author Name: Freerandy johnson 1 Comments
Date Added: August 15, 2015 15:08:37 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Type: Rhyming
Category: Religious Add To Favorites | Text Only
The Great Jehovah
God is his title but Jehovah is his name.
When his son returns, people will no longer be sick and the animals will be tame.
Jehovah doesn't demand our respect but he does deserve it.
People praise him because they know that he's worth it.
By worshipping him, eternal life is what it will bring.
I love Jehovah because without him, I'd be nothing.
Author's Notes:
A poem about our creator.
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Comment By: FreeLady Dragonwyck on August 15, 2015 05:56:59 PM Report

A very inspiring write.  As always, I do enjoy your writes. 


Lady D


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