Stain Katuli

Rookie (1987 / Zomba, Malawi)

I Long For That City - Poem by Stain Katuli

For that City do I deeply long
Where victory songs we'll sing
Temper is all grace and good there
Discontent and malice won't ever flare

For that City does my heart beat
No room is there for the chaff, only the wheat
It's all pure gold, as clear as glass
Shining with God's glory, like a stone all precious

To dwelling in that City I look forward
Where a river with the water of life flows downward
From the throne of God and of the Lamb
No regrets there; just peace under Jesus' thumb

There's no death
There's no sorrow
There's no crying
There's no pain
How I long for that City!

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 28, 2012

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 28, 2012


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