Return - Poem by Richard Merrell
Dost God speak for nought
When he calls you from His throne
By the voice of His Son Yeshua
Who would have you to come home?
For you are as the prodigal son
Who left his Father's house
You live in pleasures of the flesh
Eating vomit, like dogs with louse.
But God would have you to return
To stop eating of sin's yeast;
Come you home unto the Lord -
And partake of the marriage feast.
Revelation 19: 9
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