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TRUST JESUS TODAY
What I think Jesus sees and thinks when he looks down upon us.
I can only imagine Jesus looking down
at all his children that are bound
by a world full of sin
in a world they believe will never end
I urge you to read your bible
and seek out the truth
for Jesus is coming back for me and you
I can just see the tears he has shed
have you ever thought it was the rain on your head,
no its his tears that he crys for us
for when he looks down he sees disgust.
we have all become so cruel and
never imagined that it would be you,
ask yourself this question and the answer double check
when he comes to earth will you be the one he picks
to go home to a place where you'll never hurt again
or will you be the one to live with Satan instead
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