God revealed Himself to Adam and Eve, the first souls to believe,
In The Creator of all this earth, Who through them, conceived birth,
The birth of all souls created by Him, in a world now cursed by sin,
But, of those Adam and Eve left, God had continued through Seth.
First Noah had encountered God, prior to Him flooding earthís sod,
For, Noah was righteous enough, to save manís seed from a flood,
Along with man, all life created, by that flood that Noah anticipated,
As God had revealed to him, the destruction, because of manís sin,
As God resumed populating earth, the wife of Terah had given birth,
To the son they named Abram, from who the nation Israel had come,
God changed his name to Abraham, the spiritual father of each man,
As God revealed heíd be a nation, that would bring Godís Salvation,
First, came Isaac then Jacob, who was Israel, by the decree of God,
Who spoke to the nation of Israel, regarding Godís plan and His will,
Revealing the future time to come, for God to reveal His Eternal Son,
Speaking through Him in our time; revealing to all Salvationís design.
Speaking to all through Jesus Christ, about the cross and eternal life,
As fallen man could be restored, through Godís salvation in the Lord,
Revealing the only way back to God, for man, on earthís cursed sod,
When His Son you find and believe, that Eternal Life you can receive.
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