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TRUST JESUS TODAY
Written for my cousin, Linda, and her family in the final days of her struggle with leukemia.
A BETTER WORLD
If I could give you a place in this world
A garden of beauty and peace
Where skies are painted with beautiful hues
And the rivers run deep to the seas.
A world filled with music that touches the heart
With joy, as it rings thru the air
Where, always, contentment and love shall abound
And give you relief from all care.
And a time of reunion with loved ones you've
Would become a part of each day
Where there is no sadness, no sickness, no pain
And streets made of gold pave the way.
Though I can but dream of this world that exists
And desire to reserve it for you
Our God has created it – our Saviour secured it
And your faith in Him reflects that it’s true.
Nancy K. Sullivan October , 1987
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