The Bible and Studebaker ahead of their Time
By David Smith November 3, 2003
The Book of Proverbs ahead of its time;
People have commented, how outdated in rhyme.
The sayings that last from the beginning of life;
Preserved in the bible and documented strife.
And written about love, and encouragement, and hope
In the twenty-first century memorized to cope.
The Book of Proverbs like the Studebaker museum;
The riches within is what I am see’ n.
The cars and the trucks ahead of their while;
From stage coach’s onward Abe Lincoln drove in style.
The last vehicle pulled off the line;
In Hamilton, Ontario, the sixties was the time.
The last car now in present South Bend;
In the Studebaker museum preserved till the end.
Just like the Proverbs we memorize for strength
The Studebaker, the precision for an accurately long length.
Now the greats preserved for all time;
The bible and museum, the riches in rhyme.
So visit the museum and study God’s Word;
Learning through human weakness; His way is understood.