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What Mankind Cannot Give

by Douglas Nichols

That which is acquired through penny and dime.
Will in given duration corrode over time.

The newest and greatest that man can attain.
Will in thrill and excitement, slowly begin to wane.

And when times in ones life begin to get rough.
In perspective one can see that it all is just stuff.

That which satisfies most, and exhilarates more over time.
Is something not forged by the hand of mankind.

The greatest gift one could ask for, that moth cannot eat or thief steal.
Is eternal life from the Father, for obediently following His will.

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