Kelly Zion

(11/27/1994)

'Footprints In The Snow'


We all die
where do we go?
Empty footprints
in the snow.
Heaven or Hell, can you tell?
Or do you really not know?

One way, Jesus saves
have you given Him your soul
or are you empty footprints in the snow?

Good or bad that won't have mattered
without God you're a goner
Jesus loves you and will save you
if you just ask Him to
follow Jesus and obey Him
you'll find another set of footprints
beside yours in the snow.

Love Him or don't love Him,
and then you turn your back
in the end, 'Where's your friend? '
the Devil just laughs.
From the flames you hear the screams
begging to be let go
from the fire that's never quenched
you'll remember the cold
and wish for just a drip,
just the chance you'll never get
to reach those footprints in the snow.

Now is your only chance
are you walking in the cold?
Reach for His helping hand
so you don't die alone
He'll fight beside you
He will fight for your soul
He will help guide you
with His footprints in the snow.

Have you lost your way?
Are you walking toward your grave?
Well now is not too late
to reach those footprints in the snow.

Submitted: Thursday, May 30, 2013
Edited: Friday, January 31, 2014

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

We're all walking alone in the cold of this world before we find Jesus. Then, even though the world is still cold, we won't be alone. He will be there to guide us and help us do what's right.
Work's won't save you; you need Jesus. But you are not His own if you do evil.
'Let every one that nameth the name of Christ, depart from iniquity'

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