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TITLE: Do you Believe?
By Laura Manley
06/03/09
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It amazes me how people can look at God's creation (them being one) and not believe in Him.
A baby smiles at his mother,
a flower comes alive in spring,
It amazes me why so many
cannot believe in our King.

He puts His earth to slumber,
sometimes under a blanket of snow,
only to wake it in springtime,
after allowing its beauty to grow.

Look at the beauty of a baby
with his little hand holding yours,
the intracacies of a flower
should certainly open many doors

to the belief in our Lord Jesus,
Who paid the price for our sins.
How can the lost ignore Him,
as they watch life begin?

In all avenues of life,
see the baby and the flower.
The unsaved should accept His gift,
before they reach their final hour.

I pray He puts the Holy Spirit
into the lives of the lost,
Allowing Him to touch their hearts
to accept Him at any cost.

Then they too can appreciate
the world awakening in spring,
The trees and flowers blooming -
beauty that buds and blossoms bring.
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