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The God hole

The God hole within you and me is worth more
Than silver or gold, that can only be filled by God.
No instant gratification and fleeting pleasures of this
World, can sustain, fulfill, and satisfy us within.

Make no mistake the God of the universe designed us
That way, the same road that leads us astray will bring us back
Home again some day. No pit too deep, no road too wide, 
Make no excuses, so be it, you may run, but you cannot hide.

The God hole never decreases, can’t be stopped up with 
Angriness, bitterness, and strife, the God hole set apart
Only to be filled by God alone. As bee gives honey, and
The clouds open to rain, the God hole in every human being
 Can only be filled by the sovereign God who lives and reigns.

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  1. Date: 5/20/2009 11:48:00 AM

    a super poem so full of truth, God is the only one that can fill that hole,qick fixes only last for a short while making people feel even more unhappy and more frustrated only God can fill our heart and only he can nurture us. thanks for all your kind comments, I love you rfaith poems also we need to be encouraged and to continue to fight the good fight so others may see his Glory in our words, your poems reach out to people and can make a difference in finding the truth, God bless you

  1. Date: 5/20/2009 9:51:00 AM

    Interesting take on Gods love, the message is strong, you have good metaphors, it reads like prose, nice work. Judy Riley