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TRUST JESUS TODAY
Challenge to work for the night is coming. Also, a challenge to leave problems we cannot solve in
Just to live and reign with Jesus
Should be every true Christian’s goal;
Yet, with trouble all around us,
Many are troubled in their soul.
Yet, Gods Word so clearly tells us,
Sinful times will grow worse and worse.
Until the time of Jesus’ return,
When He puts an end to the curse.
So, even though we do not like
The things happening in our world;
Deep within our hearts, we should know,
Gods’ great plan is being unfurled.
And we should receive some comfort
In knowing that He’s in control!
All things must fall into place,
For Him to accomplish His goal!
We’ll soon meet Christ, our Redeemer!
Until then, tell others of Him;
So that they too, may be redeemed,
Not hopelessly lost in their sin!
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