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Don’t Weep For Me

Please don’t mourn as I depart, for that is when my life will start.
No longer will I be facing death, I’ll be breathing Heaven’s breath.
Please don’t weep, don’t weep for me, I’ll be at home in Eternity.
I had actually died in Christ, down on earth when I had my life.
Life on this earth began for me, a pilgrim’s journey into Eternity.

When on earth I am no more, I will be in Heaven forevermore.
Finally with my Savior who died, to live for eternity by His side.
This earthly life is temporal friend, with a beginning and an end.
However, my death is not my end, for that is when I shall ascend,

To a majestic place above the sky, to reign with my Lord on high.
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Poetry Hound 13 April 2005

So Bob, what does one do all day in eternity? Do you just walk around all day in loose-fitting togas? Is your soul in some kind of infite spiritual rush? I confess that would be pretty cool. At first. But it would probably get old after awhile. So... are there activities? Like, do folks sit at a card table on some chintzy fold-out chairs playing poker? If so, do you get an eternal supply of chips? Personally, I'd like to opt out of the Bingo games, you know, and step outside for a smoke. Do they have TVs in eternity? If so, is it commercial free or does the lord come on every once in awhile and congratulate you for betting the right way?

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