March 25, 2007
Preached in Wisconsin by Jewel D. Williams
Man believes his way is the best, man refuses to listen to correction.
God’s way is best, for God is perfection.
Man talks of the glory of the world and its offer of unholy things.
God talks of the glory of his world, the kingdom from where hope springs.
Man thinks he knows all there is to know, that he has all power in his hand.
God knows all there is to know and he has all power to command.
Man believes not in things he doesn’t understand, but only what he can see.
God believes in us, even though we rarely show him what we can be.
Man thinks only of what he is doing now, and not what will tomorrow bring.
God knows our past, present, and our future and he wants us to let go of unholy things.
Man reads a little of the word of God, and believes he knows what is wrong with others.
God is the word, and he wants to cleanse your heart before you can help another.
Man is but a fool, yet he believes to highly of himself, of his works and his deeds.
God is all knowledge and only the work done for Christ will help you succeed.
Man’s perfection. He believes to highly in himself, yet each day he falls.
God’s perfection. He is the Almighty and he has the power to keep us all.
Man’s perfection. It exists in his mind and it only leads to sins sting.
He believes too much in his own works and honors and not enough in the Great King.
When the day comes that man depends, leans, believes, trust and lives God’s word,
He will truly be on his path to perfection, living by what his heart has heard.
Man’s Perfection, it is not so.
God’s perfection, it is the only way to grow.