The Broadway - Poem by Richard Merrell
Wide is the road to destruction
The broadway that leads unto death;
But narrow and straight is the path
That leads unto life in the Beth.
The broadway is crowded by many
Who pursue their life as they please;
Doing what they call, 'their own thing'
A Christian is NOT one of these.
The broadway is like a gaint highway
That has to be crossed with much care;
But narrow the isle in the middle -
And I've always found safety there.
The broadway is full of great pot-holes
A U turn will do you no good;
God's advice is to turn at the Cross-Road
And I also say that, you should.
The broadway has never been measured
The broadway has boundaries none;
The broadway is Satan's own detour
And, straight into hell it does run!
Matthew 7: 13,14
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