Wilfred Mellers

Rookie - 50 Points (March 5,1962 / Kinston, Jamaica, West Indies)

A Prayer


May the mercy of God shine on you everlasting
May ten thousand doves be released on the day of your passing
In God’s arms you will dwell for he save us from disaster
God is the Sheppard and we sheep’s in his pasture

The gift of life is yours so choose it if you only
You will be left behind sad and lonely
The signs are on your door so why won’t you believe
Open you heart and mind God will not you deceive

God prepares a place for I and I to dwell
Live a life of sin and your soul is bound to hell
Live well and don’t forget to love one another
For we are all one blood you my sister he my brother

God is the light that shines to lead the way
God brings the night then turns it back to day
God makes the breeze blow and makes the flowers grow
God’s more than you can imagine and more than you’ve ever know

Seek yee good before all your time is spent
There is no better time than now for you to try to repent
He who dwells in God’s mercy will never go thirsty any more
For many are mansions prepared with feastings ever galore

Blessed love for Rastafari live

Submitted: Wednesday, October 01, 2008
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