Money, Money, Money - Poem by Royston Allen
The message from Jesus is really very plain.
It says, 'Godliness with contentment is great gain.'
Rothschild's' philosophy of a 'little bit more'
leaves you worldly rich but spiritually poor.
When you die you cannot take your treasure with you
though the Pharaohs of Egypt tried their hardest to
but the old robbers found where their treasures were hid
and they ransacked every single pyramid.
Where your treasure is, there your heart will be
for it's not possible to serve God and money;
so layup treasure in heaven for when you die
by doing very good deeds that will multiply.
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