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IF GOD’S PHONE NUMBER WERE PUBLIC

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What would we do

If God’s number were public

Some will train their voices

As many try work in phoning

His network would need no advert

But its owners will always ask for favours

Other networks would send many juicy packages

Would that even make sense?

Giving all lines, they will all jam

II

If God’s phone number were to be public

Makola women will shout rudely

If they don’t get through

Stone crackers would join forces with hackers

Who will also bring in trackers

In cahoot with reliable detectives to track God down

And no one would want to be a driver

Who will drive for who to call?

III

On this African Continent

Jujumen are the only men who would never lack

Every sane person would draft his favour

Hoping for a chance to present

Politicians will try bribing for heavenly glories

Only when they start campaigning

Plotting a coup on God when they succeed and start aiming

Many preachers would have huge bribes

Who wouldn’t want favours as His receptionist

Efo, Abena, Nuerki, Muntaka

All will call his number with no pause for eating

But before a single line will go through

Boko and Haram will blast all

So chaos will wear chaos

If God’s number were public

Amoafowaa Sefa Cecilia (c) 2015

By amoafowaa

Just a simple Ghanaian trying to find the best in our society. I may be fun, I may be interesting, I may be funny, I may even be foolish or intelligent, but it is all based on the mood in which you find yourself. I believe our minds make us who we are. Know that, pain, no matter its 'unbearability', is transient. Unburden or delight yourself for a while in my writings please. And all corrections, advice and opinions are welcome. Know that you are the king, queen or royal on this blog. :)

24 replies on “IF GOD’S PHONE NUMBER WERE PUBLIC”

Ah yes…but this does happen. There are certain folks who claim to be the conduit to God here on Earth. Much corruption has been seen and power has been accumulated staining God’s love. What they do not know is that God’s number is already public and all can call upon him without payment, bribe, or favor. You do not traverse through man to get to God. His number? 1-800-I-Love you Only Mankind would put restrictions upon God when none have ever existed. He welcomes all to his throne and loves to hear his Children. He sent us his son to save us from all our sins so he could bring us to him when we leave this corporeal world. If you want to speak with God, Just speak and he will hear. He knows our heart’s desires, our needs, our wants before we ask but as a Father, he loves to spend time with his children. Do not let anyone ever make you think you are separated from God. He is everywhere, all powerful, all knowing, all seeing and all we must do it want to spend time with him. Jesus paid the price it took so that none of us need to pay again. God’s love is free to us, always. It is a gift free of all strings or conditions.

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There was a song and the title of it was that phone number. It was a man singing to a woman about how he found her number on a bathroom wall but I guess he genuinely loved her. Anyway, after that song came out, you can imagine how many people were calling that number and apparently it was designated to someone! I don’t think they ever gave it to anyone again. Anyway, I hope you can see how it reminded me of your poem. If God had a phone number, who wouldn’t call??

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Hehehehe, wow! What did they want with that phone number? To also fall in love as in the song? This is funny to listeners but I guess it’s be very horrible to the one who had the number.

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