The Voice of the Master

When God looked on the earth, it was without void or form.
He said, “Let there be light” and there was light,
He saw that the light was good.

Next was the firmament and waters: heaven and dry land,
The dry land: earth, the waters: the seas,
He saw it was good : the God of all beauties.

The earth brought forth grass, herbs, seed and fruit,
Each one produced from its own tree.
Again, they were all good – the end of day three.

Lights He made for heaven and earth – the sun and moon,
One for the day and the other for the night,
The divide between darkness and the bright.

He made the fishes of the sea, the birds of the air,
Blessings upon each, he pronounced them to multiply
Nothing good did He his creation deny.

The fifth day ended and then he made the living creatures-
Animals of every form/kind walking or crawling
Everything was ‘good’ – nothing detesting

On the sixth day He made man ‘in His image’
The best that man could ever be with power over all other.
He was made king over all with nothing to bother

On day seven, He rested, blessed all His creations.
‘Man’ had the most blessings – dominion over all
Having God as his friend, on him anytime he could call.

Everything was made by the voice of the master
From nothing, He made everything by His words of life.
The God of creation was, is and will be forever alive.

God the maker has spare parts for all his creations
For man, he has all the possible missing elements. With Him, every deficiency has a complement

Sickness comes in many ways, kinds and forms
Many times man knows not where to go
He runs everywhere: up and down, to and fro.

Just take a moment and tell him what is your pain:
Those things that many times make you teary eyed, Every thing that has caused for your life a great divide.

He can meet your every need, wipe away your tear,
Put a broad smile on your face if you will only trust.
‘Only believe’ – is all the deed that you must do.

HEAR THE VOICE OF THE MASTER.

author: Tokunbo Ajewole, Jan09,2008

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Ayotokunbo Ajewole, an engineer, an avid writer, and blogger (a.k.a OmoJesus)

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