Lee, at leesbirdbb4kids.com, shares a great poem by Joseph Hutton. This piece expresses such majesty and beauty: this is the kind of writing I could wish to emulate.
“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.” (Genesis 1:1 KJV)
XXXVII. GOD IS EVERYWHERE. (161)
Oh! show me where is He,
The high and holy One,
To whom thou bend’st the knee,
And prayest, “Thy will be done!”
I hear thy song of praise,
And lo! no form is near:
Thine eyes I see thee raise,
But where doth God appear?
Oh! teach me who is God, and where his glories shine,
That I may kneel and pray, and call thy Father mine.
“Gaze on that arch above:
The glittering vault admire.
Who taught those orbs to move?
Who lit their ceaseless fire?
Who guides the moon to run
In silence through the skies?
Who bids that dawning sun
In strength and beauty rise?
There view immensity! behold! my God is there:
The sun, the moon, the stars, his majesty declare.
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