Paul Elenora

Rookie - 10 Points (3rd March)

COME Child COME


You are beautiful beyond imagination
You were created higher above all creations
They marvel at your natural beauty
It supersedes their understanding
- - -
dead to sin yet you live in it
You have called black white
Death! Has become life
Mindless, deceived, lying
Generation!
I gave you life but you traded it for
Damnation!
- -
I am the light, truth and way
Come unto me ye weary and lost
Find rest immeasurable
Experience Peace indescribable
My life I've given for your sake
In return I plead ye come to eternal rest
- - -
Set your MINDS on things ABOVE
Where with lies the hope of your calling
A rest wholly assured
EVERYTHING(on earth) passes away
Riches, fame, lust, death, sin, fleshly pleasures
But this things I tell you
Surely will remain forever
#amen

Submitted: Saturday, March 01, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, March 05, 2014

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A poem for the lost, weary in christ jesus.

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