Question #4 Liebster Award

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One way to describe You, to put my finger on the spot

Is to point out all of the things You are not

 

You are not a computer; algorithms calculating

You are not a caffeinated coffee percolating

You are not the almighty dollar investing

You are not the majestic eagle up high nesting

 

You are not a roof over a head protecting

You are not a government agency detecting

You are not the finest car; turbo engines racing

You are not the hottest band; your followers chasing

 

You are not a drug; the pain dissolving

You are not a renowned scientist; theories resolving

You are not the latest and greatest iPhone ringing

You are not a Hollywood superstar your praises they’re singing

 

You are God, You are all around

You are God, only Your mercy can be found

You are God, only You know it all

You are God, only Your grace cushions our fall

 

You are God, only You have all power

You are God, Your coming, only You know the hour

 

I was nominated for the Liebster award by Stu. He asked his nominees several questions but one stuck out. And if you know me, I have a tendency to break the award rules some. I’ve decided to answer only question 4. Describe God. Thing is, how do you describe God? Chew on that for a day and let me know what you come up with! I decided to describe what He’s not. I also added in the 3 things I know for sure that He is. omnipresent, omniscient and omnipotent.

So my nominees are open for this one. With an open invite to anyone daring to answer question #4. Describe God. Let’s get a good conversation going by commenting below more things He’s not or more things you know He is.

14 Replies to “Question #4 Liebster Award”

  1. “You are not a government agency detecting”… That one made me laugh. How some think that God is like Santa with a naughty and nice list, or like our accuser waiting for us to slip. He sure isn’t that! Beautifully put, Amy.

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