Walking In God?s Word Leads beyond the Boundaries of Only The Bible
- By William Zodda
- Published 06/17/2012
Those whose faith in Truth transcends the boundaries of prejudices in Religion. There intelligence becomes greater than just a smidgen Those taught within hear God?s inspired Word Spoken, Written, by great sages that past rigid sectarians also spurred Accepting association with the insights of those genuinely spiritually mature Is really the only cure To see deeper purport of the bible Penetrating limiting prejudice of the tribal The essence of the same Truth is elsewhere also found By Grace ones heart knows what else is also authentically profound
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