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TRUST JESUS TODAY
Just thought I'd try something light.
Evolution has its junkies.
Thatís because they came from monkeys.
The rest have been created by Him
And thatís the way the argumentís been.
The Big Bang theory, a giant blast
This is a legacy dating from past.
But out of the nostrils the big blast came
By a God who is Jehovah by name
The world is flat all the scholars replied
Rats come from grain sacks the others lied.
Dead meat evolves into some kid of worm
Considering that, meat makes me squirm
A sphere was revealed to Isaiah with hope
But how would he know without telescope?
Matthew Maury knew of paths in the sea
The Word is where he found it to be
Evolutionís pollution is just manís call
The monkeys reject it with greatest appall
I asked Jocko the chimp if he thought it to be
ďIf man came from monkey, what happened to me?"
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