Christian Poem: The Eternal Virtues Of God
Christian Poem about having Godly Qualities
Christian Poem based on Philippians 4:8
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The Eternal Virtues Of God
Concentrate on things that are real,
Things of God and not of this world
Worldly hopes and dreams will fade,
Along with the flowers that wither away
The better things worth thinking of
Are the treasures found in the word of God
Things that are true, noble and right,
Wholesome and pure, lovely and kind
These things have virtue and deserve our praise
They are eternal treasures that will never fade
These are the qualities we should all long for
And are the lasting treasures of the Lord
For flowers do fade and eventually die,
But God's holy word remains forever alive.
© By M.S.Lowndes
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