So What's Wrong? - Poem by margaret haig
So what's wrong with my heart, I said to the doctor one day,
I've got so much pain every where in my chest, is what I did say;
Then came a shock. I couldn't believe what I just did hear,
My heart was bad and nothing could help, death was so near.
So what's wrong with me, a lady said to her minister one night,
My heart is paining, I want to cry, I just had a terrible fright;
She waited and listened for I will help you take the pain away,
But the minister said you need God in your life, you can accept Him today.
So what's wrong with the world today, the anger and hatred and violence too,
Go ask our Father in heaven, which said, theyve forgotten to me to be true;
They've left me out of their life, and have taken to greed, and envy,
If they don't change their ways, they'll not enter heaven, cause they won't trust me.
So what's wrong, can be made right, just turn your life to prayer and believing,
That God is Lord and king, and you'll be certainly be His guiding receiving;
All you have to do, if you've never accepted Him, tell Him your sorry for your sin,
And He will change you, make your life new, and your life will enter in.
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