Grook Religious Poems | Grook Poems About Religious
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from a group so astute,
and for certain
there are no absolutes!"
And who in the world could doubt
solid like a stone.
Men whose duty it is to know
can be known.
NOTE: ex cathedra is Latin for "from the seat of authority".
Copyright © Timothy Hicks | Year Posted 2014
The difference between
the carnal and the spiritual,
has as much to do with
convictions as does visuals.
The Carnal's favorite epithet:
I will believe in it when I see it.
Living as a mere fleck in the universe
his chances of vision grow steadily worse.
While Spiritual cling to holy writ:
I will see it because I believe it.
With the number of faiths available,
all options, it seems, are on the table.
NOTE: Another oldie that I've never showed before ...
Copyright © Timothy Hicks | Year Posted 2016
Prayer before meal
Prayer after meal
Give us direction to our journey
Protect us from all evil or darkness
May he present our humble petition
To be blessed by Eternal God
Copyright © Jacqueline R. Mendoza | Year Posted 2013
The unhappiest minority, with no authority Do you think that is odd When no one will listen and you won’t talk to God I hope you don’t commit suicide then again you probably think the stats are a lie
Copyright © John Beam | Year Posted 2017