MELVIN BANGGOLLAY

Rookie - 126 Points (11/07/1975 / Natonin, Mountain Province, Philippines)

DEATH'S GIFT


DEATH'S GIFT
Melvin Banggollay


D-eath is deliverance from pain
for the flesh to behold no more sin
as the temple of the soul refrain
to breath life from the unseen.

E-mpowerment of the soul to see
His creator that made him with glee
and embark on the long journey
of going to the place of the Holy City.

A time to return our life to the Almighty
to behold his judgement day
If we truly deserve to be in his Glory
or be apart from God's Holy city.

T-ransformation of our soul and body
to a dimension unseen by many
that only the Son of Man, the Holy
can bring us to that hallowed destiny.

H-olliness it brings to those faithful
Who died with clean heart and soul
and whose life they offered full
to God even they'll called a fool.

S-alvation of our soul is made possible
through death of Christ by the people
As His suffering and death on the cross
ransom us from eternal death at His cost.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 08, 2008
Edited: Tuesday, July 08, 2008
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