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TRUST JESUS TODAY
This is just a fun poem I wrote one day. I'm wondering what others think of it.
When this body finally dies,
promise me you wonít cry.
Smile and cheer because when my body dies
my soul will finally be set free!
Iíll be flying with the angels in such a beautiful place.
This soul will finally stand in His amazing grace.
I canít wait until I can leave this old body of mine,
the best day of my life will be the day my body dies!
When my body dies Iím gonna fly high
to that big party beyond the crystal sky!
The gates are open wide;
I just canít wait to get inside!
Why not come along with me?
Your price has already been paid, admission is free!
The invitationís open to everyone.
God made sure of it by sending His only Son.
Believe in Him and Heíll add your name to the guest list.
This is something you surely donít wanna miss!
Itís the best party there will ever be
and itís gonna last for eternity!
I can hardly contain the excitement building up inside!
I just canít wait until itís my turn to die!
At this party you wonít find a single frown!
If youíre not completely convinced by now,
would it help if I mentioned youíll be able to trade
your sorrows in exchange for a heavenly crown?
This is an offer that simply canít be beat!
Iím so excited because up there is where Iím gonna be!
When I get there Jesus will say, as He puts His arm around me,
ďIím so glad Youíre finally here! Come in and enjoy My party!Ē
Yeah, I canít wait for this body to die
so I can go to that big party beyond the crystal sky!
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