Nora Eason

Rookie (May 9,1966 / Terrell Texas)

Revival Is Here - Poem by Nora Eason

Revival is here, and its here to stay,
there's not a day that goes by, that we should not pray.
Satan tries to make us believe his lies,
'He says, Revival is out, but God says,
Revival is here, and its here to stay.
So step back Satan, your in our way,
Revival is here, and we're going to tell you loud and clear,
so you best open your ears and hear.
We're going to make you pay in Jesus' name,
for every day you've caused us pain.
'The Lord knows we have everything to gain, and nothing,
bad in our lives will remain the same.
We're not playing games with you,
We're tired of the things you do, and the words that come out of
your mouth are not true.
We're standing and believing in the word of our Lord,
We're coming together in one accord, for we cannot afford
to let you come back through the door.
We confess that Jesus is Lord.
Revival is here, and its here to stay,
There's not a day that goes by, that we should not pray,
We're going to watch as Michael the Archangel kicks Satan
to hell where he belongs.
Thank God, Revival is here, and its here to stay.
Lets stand up and shout, for Revival is here.
The word of the Lord is coming in loud and clear,
and the great day of our Lord is drawing near.
Soon, not one, but every church in all the world will be in Revival.
Oh, lord! We love the words in the Bible, we know their true,
because Lord they come from you
We have nothing to fear, because we hold Jesus so dear,
and we know he is near.
Revival is here, and its here to stay.
Hallelujah! Revival is here, and its here to stay.
Glory be to God! Revival is here.

( 5/ 16/ 2008) .

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  • (6/28/2008 12:10:00 AM)


    As an agnostic, this is a very moving piece. Can feel the thunder in your words. Wonderful, wonderful job Nora. Nora who speaks! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 28, 2008



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