At the times decisions must be had, we weigh the good and the bad.
Decisions not always cut and dry, being left too often to wonder why,
What decision bears more weight, on the scale that people call fate?
Why do these things happen to me, just what is it that I can not see?

With decisions made from the heart, reason sometimes plays no part.
There is never rhyme or reason, when it’s your heart you’re pleasing.
And reason can seem kind of cold, when a decision seems to be bold.
However, it is never fate my friend, with our God, who knows the end.

With any decision that you make, there’s a chance a heart will break.
But you must remember my friend, that in due time hearts will mend.
Decisions come in various kinds, and burden both hearts and minds.
Whatever the decision, be assured, guidance is offered by The Lord.

Friend, you can humbly go to God, and He will light the path to trod.
And when you truly seek His face, God will fill your heart with Grace.
Make the decision and take a stand, even if others don’t understand.
If someone towards you is unkind, Christ will give you peace of mind.

The Lord will light the proper path, guiding you from the unkind wrath.
If you have never sought The Lord, He’s truly a source to be implored.
Christ will then show you the way, to make a decision in a Godly way.
With God make your decision then, leave it with The Savior my friend.

(Copyright ©04/2006)

by Bob Gotti

Comments (2)

Hey Bob, just because I disagree with the supernatural stuff in the bible, some people say I must be possessed by the devil. Well, here’s what I think about that. I know I’m not possessed by the devil because I don’t encourage people to sin or violate the Ten Commandments. I encourage people to lead decent, honest and charitable lives. See? Not possessed. However, I also encourage people to use their God-given rational minds and think for themselves, and not yield to the temptation dangled in their faces by proselytizers who claim that the Earth is only 5,000 years old and that humans were spontaneously created in a special garden and that one of them ate an apple at the urging of a snake. I tell them to file that stuff next to Jack and the Beanstalk.
A well written spiritual poem. Very insightful, turn to him in time of decisions. Well done. Regards, Patricia Gale