It’s a dare, creation!

The heavens proclaim
the glory of God;
The skies declare his majesty and power.
Day after day, night after night,
they make him known.

Without a voice,
or word,
yet their message goes out to all the earth.
This is creation pointing to its maker

I am wonderfully and fearfully made!
I am the crown of God’s creation,
Apple of His eye,
With voice,
and word!
I too, will point to my maker.
I must, I will bring him praise all my days
No rock will cry out in my place.

Lets see who praises loudest, creation.
It’s a dare!

Dominic Ahiaga-Dagbui, © 2013

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Life can get very busy, fast and heavy. Sometimes living can become a challenge as life seems to always throw us at the deep end. In times like that, we need encouragement, a word of hope, a voice that assures that it gets better; that we should hang on. Just-A-Thought offers Christian words of hope in dispair, light in darkness, and strength to carry on.

4 responses to “It’s a dare, creation!”

  1. Shelly says :

    Wonderful poem. Blessings!

  2. Just-A-Thought says :

    Thank you Shelly. Thanks for leaving a comment too! Blessings

  3. fiifiagyeif says :

    You dare creation to praise God loudest than you!? You are funny, bro. very funny indeed. God bless you, and all the best. Psa 66:2 “Make His praise glorious”.

    • Just-A-Thought says :

      😀 I know is a mismatch here but hey, our Father in heaven desires the praise of his children more than any other. Or? That counts for a lot! 😃
      May The Lord be high and lifted up now and forever.

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