April Humason

(Fort Worth, Texas)

Eternal Life


Jesus gave his blood
To save our souls
He will see no more of our sins
Cause we'll be forgiving
God is taking his children to heaven
For making him number one
He promises us eternal life
With losses of ill aging body's
If you believe in the Holy Ghost
Be true and repent your sins
You'll feel no more pain
When you kneel down in front of him
Your soul will be free
The toll is being baptized in his name
So speak his word to others
And seek his guidance daily
Let's pray the sinners prayer
The day is today to shout out the truth
A path through Jesus is the way
To bath in his blood of redemption
If you want to see the golden streets
Be true to the one and only Jehovah

Submitted: Monday, April 07, 2014
Edited: Monday, April 07, 2014

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