Michael P. Johnson

Gold Star - 7,370 Points (7th Nov.1943 / New Silksworth / Sunderland Co/Durham England)

That There Be No Surprise - Poem by Michael P. Johnson

Christ came to silence Satan’s lies
He died to set us free
He rose that there’ll be no surprise
If more should rise as He

Some ‘will’ arise to Heaven’s height
Beyond the great divide
But most will fall devoid of Light
In torment to abide

God warns us loud and crystal clear
His book He gives to read
Teaching us love teaching us fear
Teaching The Truth we need

Yet most of us despise The Light
Despise The Truth portrayed
We stroll the road as dark as night
Hell bent and most dismayed

Dismissing God, rejecting Christ
Oblivious misled
Not knowing whom God sacrificed
And rose up from the dead

Demonic lies are everywhere
Seduction’s common place
Yet most of us don’t seem to care
Of Jesus’ saving grace

Living a life of constant shame
Deceived and walking tall
Most live and doubt Christ ever came
Or even lived at all

So we! Who have The Truth must tell
Our neighbours near and far
To save their souls from darkest hell
Through Christ The Morning Star


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 9, 2008



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