by Rommel Cruz
If God created us men
If He made all things
Above and below the skies
Then who or what made Him
If there is only one real God
And yet, there are so many religions
Then who could He really be
Or are they just one,
The same with different names
Myteries, God is full of mysteries
As boundless as the sea
As confusing as it can be
Mysteries, God is full of mysteries
Posted on 11/08/2002
Copyright © 2020 Rommel Cruz
|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by Anne Engelen on 11/08/02 at 03:24 PM|
To me God is universal energy. Religions are manmade to help us all comprehend the great mystery of life. They are just different explanation for the same universal mystery:)
|Posted by John Harder on 12/05/02 at 09:35 AM|
who are we to try to comprehend the mystery of God? if we could, we would be like Him and gods oursleves and wouldn't need Him. but we all do, wether we accept it or not. if Gods is real( and faith tells me He is) no one would even be alive without Him. and i believe there is only one way to God. not a popular belief among the world because it means people woudln't be able to choose the religion that they like best. for example.. some eastern religions teach you can be enlightened by having orgies. well to that i say, "how convenient." to be able to fulill their sexual desires and call it enlightenment. sorry. i'm being a bit pushy. it's just that this topic really gets me going. so i guess you've succeeded in making me think about your poem. you win.
|Posted by JD Clay on 02/05/03 at 05:06 AM|
An omnipotent peom if ever there was one, Rommel. A universal question for sure. Keep up the good work and Happy Birthday!
|Posted by Quentin S Clingerman on 05/07/03 at 01:42 AM|
The timeless questions set forth in a straight forward manner concerning God and religion. For me the Holy Bible (Judeo-Christian) answers the questions (at least the big ones). The Bible indicates if one really desires to know the truth with all his mind, soul, and heart, and believes that God is there to answer he will receive the truth.
|Posted by Max Bouillet on 06/25/03 at 04:33 PM|
I think we need for God to be a mystery. If he or she were well defined... there would be a lot less things to keep us distracted.