There’s a place so inviting,
A been-to never say no to go again.
A first-timer regret for not being there early,
All who goes there never think of leaving.
In His presence there is a substance:
That radiate fullness of joy;
That lightens a heavy load;
That gladdens a sorrowful heart
That strengthens the feeble legs;
That restores sight to the blind;
That makes the dumb to speak;
That makes the deaf to hear.
Who would not like a place like this?
Where the weak are made strong, and the poor, rich.
The sick healed and the have-nots receive.
Where there is no strife, jealousy and envy
But righteousness, peace, joy, happiness, love,
Caring and concern for one another.
A place where there is no eating and drinking, but praises!
A place that rapts one with awe and admiration!
A place that made Peter to say:
“Lord, it is good for us to be here: if thou wilt,
Let us make here three tabernacles;
One for thee, and one for Moses and one for Elijah”