Winifred Sutton Mayo

(Coatesville, Pennsylvania, USA)

Alive For Evermore - Poem by Winifred Sutton Mayo

Yes We Can Live And Never Die, Love Says So.
The Lord Teaches Us To Keep His Commandments If We Love Him.
"Who Has Bewitched You?"
That You would Even Think To Disobey God Almighty.
Don't You Want To Please The Lord?
He Is Our All And All,
And Without Him We Can Do Nothing.
Without Him We Have No Power.
"Absent From The Body, Present With The Lord"
Jesus Teaches Us That Though We Be Dead, Yet Shall We Live
If We Believe In Him. And I Believe Whatever He Says.
We Are Alive For Evermore.
This Place Is Not My Home. We Are Just Passing Through Here,
Working For The Lord As We Go. Working While It Is Day.
He Will Use Our Hands, Our Minds, Our Bodies, Our Feet.
Our Voices, If We Allow Him. He Wants To Use You And Me.
Jesus Will Use Us If We Let Him.
Oh Saints Live Forever!


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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