Royston Allen


10 Battle for the eternal destiny of Humankind


X - Humankind enters heaven

Every tribe and kindred will be represented there
each one set free from the shame of sins despair.
Broken completely is Satan's hold upon them
no more can he point to their sin and condemn.

It is because our great sinless Saviour died
that the wages of sin has been fully satisfied.
The Lamb that was slain in heaven now stands.
Fulfilled is God's plan and the laws demands.

Of the travail of His soul He will be satisfied
as unnumbered saints gather there at His side.
The eternal kingdom of Christ has at last begun
and victory over sin and death has now been won.

My heart rejoices in God and my Spirit sings
in praise and worship to the great King of kings.
For this Mighty One has done all things well
and delivered my soul from the chains of hell.

Submitted: Wednesday, July 03, 2013
Edited: Thursday, May 08, 2014

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