In six days God created everything we see,
The world that surrounds us,
for you and for me.
Not millions or billions of years did it take,
to think so is foolish, but a common mistake.
Though a manís ideas and theories seem right in his mind,
in the end it will lead him to death he will find.
Evolution, a revolution, Charles Darwin did start,
an answer to questions that troubled his heart.
They say it is science not faith in one truth,
that would rescue and save us from the God of manís youth.
Now a century well past, his faithful still preaching,
our schools and museums amok with his teaching.
With evidence abundant, his followers claim mounting,
The proof still eludes them, but in faith they are counting.
Only death itself will bring proof to one side,
the conflict apparent, too subtle to hide.
So if your eyes are wide open,
and your heartís desire is to hear,
Godís word will bring comfort and,
His trumpet no fear.
Of scoffers and truth haters our Lord did tell,
of the wide road that leads them through the gates of hell.
I like the message. I wish it were longer and you had developed a stronger case for the Christian believer, but I get it. On some of the lines you capatilze the first word of the line even if it is not the first word of the sentence 4th stanza 4th line "The proof."
God bless your endeavors.
Keith C. Powell