Romans 12:2

Romans 12:2

All around this planet we all talk about
peace on earth and good will towards
all of man, but do we all really mean
just that, coming from deep down in
our souls within? The Bible verse
Romans 12:2 says "Do not conform
to the pattern of this world, but be
transformed by the renewing of your
mind. Then you will be able to test
and approve what God’s will is, his
good, pleasing and perfect will."
Now, in my own mind, at least from
how I believe the bible reads we must
not listen to all the others, do not
be fooled by those falling into
the trends, meaning just because
it is popular and everyone else is
doing it, does not mean that it is
not a sin. You see one of the many
problems here in America and in
many other countries are we
have so many laws for everything
for nothing, why? Well God
basically only has ten. Matthew
6:33 says "But seek first his
kingdom and his righteousness,
and all these things will be given
to you as well." Sounds simple,
right? All you need to need to
do is go to church, every Sunday
and say to everyone that you do
believe in the holy trinity and you
will go to heaven right? Well, no
not really, in fact, you're wrong,
just because you say that you
believe to all of your neighbors
and friends do not make it
really true, for saying one thing
while doing another is not what
the bible says to do. You can
preach all day about the evils
of sin yet molesting your child
behind closed will not open the
golden gates of heaven to
let you in but in fact shall give
you the one-way trip straight
down to hell my friends. We
all worry about what will
come tomorrow if we do
not all start to get along but
doesn't Matthew 6:34 say.
"Therefore do not worry about
tomorrow, for tomorrow will
worry about itself. Each day
has enough trouble of its
own." So worry not what
tomorrow may bring for if
you truly have Gods love in
your heart praise his glory
and hear his angels sing.

Poet Richard M Knittle Jr.
A #Poets Journey


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