Doris Marshall

(Oakland, California)

"And His Mercy Endureth Forever&Quot; - Poem by Doris Marshall

COME!, let us praise our holy king Jesus:
Let us praise his holy name forever;
For he is worthy, all worthy to be praise:
AND HIS MERCY ENDURETH FOREVER

O what wondrous works of his we behold!
His Word So True
The morning with its sunrise into the evening sunsets;
before the night;
The moon with the stars to brighten the earth;
Then the morning come again, what a sight!!!
I've never! seen anything as grand! can equal:
AND HIS MERCY ENDURETH FOREVER

Sometimes I hear such unspeakable!!! things that mankind say;
Comparing idols! a false conception!! equal to God?
What a shame";
AND HIS MERCY ENDURETH FOREVER

For I read in his word; it is written; Rom. 14: 11 - As I live,
saith the Lord; Every knee shall bow to me, and every tongue
shall confess to God; and every mouth confess, he is the Christ.
For he is worthy to be praise, He cannot lie:
AND HIS MERCY ENDURETH FOREVER

For I read in the holy word, it is recorded!
Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into
the heart of man the things which God hath prepared
for those that love him
AND HIS MERCY ENDURETH FOREVER.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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