Be Sure - Poem by Richard Merrell
Be sure when you go in
He knows the truth, does He
I talked about all sorts of things
But He said, 'Depart from me'
I said, 'Look here, I did prophesy,
I healed the sick in your name;
I casted out some demons I think -
and mighty works I claim.'
He said, 'I know you not,
get away from me;
because you did not love -
but worked iniquity.'
So be sure when you go in
Before Christ's judgement seat;
You had better be His kin
For there is no hope in deceit.
Matthew 7: 21-24
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