|God Has Always Been A Gentleman|
This poem is from the ''My Testimony -- To Soar With Jesus Collection''. Written by Daryl Stout. (C) Copyright 1989, 2017 by Daryl Stout. All Rights Reserved. Any abuse or unauthorized usage of this poetry will be dealt with at The Judgment Before Jesus Christ. The ''Soar With Jesus'' Eagle Design was created and designed by Dale Larison, and it is used by permission.
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Written By Daryl Stout
2) God has always been a gentleman;
While He wants mankind, to Him, obey.
To be led there by His Guiding Hand.
To follow Christ, The Truth, The Life, The Way.
3) God has always been a gentleman;
But, He gave mankind free will and choice.
Tragically, most ignore God's commands,
They refuse to heed His Still, Small Voice.
4) God has always been a gentleman;
He did not want robots on the Earth.
Instead, He wanted souls in every land,
To repent of sin, and have New Birth.
5) God has always been a gentleman;
His Will on peoples lives, He did not force.
But for those, in their lives, God was banned...
He sadly let them go on their due course.
6) God has always been a gentleman;
Even when the nations cast Him out.
Lifted from them, His Protecting Hand,
Where evil deeds, in these lands, would now rout.
7) God has always been a gentleman;
But for those, who of their sin, repent.
Their sins paid by Blood from The Lord's Hands...
On the saved, God's Wrath, it won't be spent.
8) God has always been a gentleman;
One day, His Son, Christ, to Earth, returns.
For the lost, in each and every land,
It'll be too late, to Christ, to turn.
9) God has always been a gentleman;
His Love, He did command to all mankind.
Christ took all our sins there in His Hands,
Died for all those spiritually blind.
10) God has always been a gentleman;
You don't have to face The Lord with fear.
Christ's Blood shed there from His Nail Pierced Hands...
Don't ignore His Loving Voice, you hear.
11) God has always been a gentleman;
Believe on the one thing that He requires.
Turn from sin; your life, give Christ command.
And, forsake all of your sins desires.
12) God has always been a gentleman;
And, one day, you'll meet Him at His Throne.
Will He welcome you with Loving Hands??
Or cast you off as one He's never known??
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