Posted in The 4th Dimension

What If?

What if every hand was a paintbrush;

Working away without any rush,

Painting the smiles on all the faces;

Perfecting all of the colors and races?


What if every heart was a candle light;

Leaving each life glowing bright,

Shining upon all people with love;

Reflecting the love from God above?


What if every lip was God’s messenger;

Glorifying the one born in a manger,

Lifting up God’s name in all places;

Perfecting worship and singing His praises?


What if every house was a sanctuary;

The Bible standing out in every library,

Each member a living testimony;

Of a saved and God-fearing family?


What if every eye was a floodlight;

Leading us to all things pure and right,

Turning away from all things sinful;

And leading us to a God that’s faithful?


What if we all turned from these dreams;

And practiced all this in our daily lives?

What if we stopped asking what if, and gave life to our motives, with our lives as the  the motif?

Wouldn’t we be saved indeed? Wouldn’t we be free indeed?


“If the son has set you free, You are free indeed.”


In His service and for His glory,



A human writes advocate. I am a Communications Specialist and the Co-founder/Director at Red Planet PR. I value good writing and I am keen on content development. I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil and Structural Engineering from the University of Nairobi but decided to pursue a career in Communications. I worked at Nation Media Group (4 years) as a journalist and special projects writer, and later on as the Content Lead (2 years) at Hill & Knowlton Strategies (WPP Scangroup).

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