The Official Writing Challenge
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You've packed a lot of information into a very simple vocab and metre. Well done.
I'm so glad He knows 'the whole, not just in part'. For often the words just escape me when I pray. I get comfort knowing He knows and understands motives and the real heart of mankind. You said it so well in this well-done verse. Lovely and so true.
A very anointed poem that ministered to me greatly. I loved this line:
"No tongue is foreign to His ear.
He never needs translation."

It is always so comforting knowing that God hears us. Another great heartfelt poem.

It's great that God understands every tongue. If only it were as easy for you and me to learn some of them!
Simple, powerful and well written. Good job!
Great thoughts!
I wonder what language we'll have in heaven?
Great job! I'm so glad God doesn't need a translator!
I love the thoughts this poem conveys, and your meter and rhyme are so natural! Great job.
Excellent piece! Your poem brought out the sense of awe and esteem for our God. I particularly like the part "I'm glad God understands the words of people everywhere. It's such a comfort just to know He hears and answers prayer." There is certainly nothing that is foreign to our God!
Well done. The message alone in this poem is powerful.
This is a lovely poem that drives home the point that God hears each of our prayers even when words stay locked in our hearts--He knows.
Beautifully written! Well done!
This is beautiful. It brought a tear to my eye. I did a devotion on the tower of Babel too but your poem was just beautiful. Congratulations in placing in the top 10 in Masters and the top 20 overall.