What Will The Pagans Say?
When Christ snatches The Church away, what will all the pagans say?
Even when explained with zeal, they don’t believe the rapture’s real.
When God removes all The Light, will they even attempt what’s right?
Christ will come like a thief in the night taking from earth all His Light.
When God removes His Holy Throng, will they break out in evil song?
For God will take His called out ones to be with Jesus His Only Son.
Will men’s hearts melt with fear when they see that Judgment is here?
For every fool my friend will see as they kneel on their wicked knee.
Will they finally believe in God as they experience Christ’s Iron Rod?
The rod He uses upon the nations, who refuse His Great Salvation.
From their heart will they curse as Judgment goes from bad to worse?
For Christ will Judge how all men trod with His Justice and Iron Rod.
When God’s Judgment does not relent, how many men will truly repent?
Then Christ will separate men my friend, when He returns at the end.
Will men finally fear The Lord, or will they continue to scoff and scorn?
For He wants all men to relent, if not, to Hell forever they shall be sent.
By the time Jesus does return will these men repent or will they burn?
Friend you must believe in The Lord or you will be smoke forevermore.
Won’t you take time my friend to embrace God’s Truth before The End?
For this is still The Age of Grace and all men still can seek God’s Face.
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