Each surfer seeks the perfect wave,
It's like their Holy Grail,
It's like no need in being brave,
It's like they cannot fail...
That's why they roam from shore-to-shore,
Determined to the end,
Yet while they go out and explore,
Each searches for a friend...
Unless they share their hopes and joys,
Life's not all they could hope,
Life's all about freewill and choice,
Decisions help them cope...
But accidents await us all,
Like seasons in the sun,
That's why the strong can also fall
And falling isn't fun...
Within the seas and oceans wide
Are dangers yet unseen,
But near the surface they don't hide
In waters blue and clean...
At night, one surfer paid the price,
With pains that led to death,
Yet God helped him see Paradise,
Despite that final breath...
When God grants visions now and then,
Man sometimes listens well,
The surfer was raised to Heaven,
God rescued him from Hell...
But few have been to both of these
And lived to tell the tale,
To share a glimpse of mysteries
Completely off the scale...
So if you hear somebody speak
Of wonders seldom told,
Regard their truths as quite unique
And worth much more than gold...
Lord Jesus wants the world to know
That miracles persist,
In Heaven and on Earth below
Just as the Lord promised...
Denis Martindale, copyright October 2014.
Ian shared his testimony on Revelation TV's
The Late Show on the 29th of September 2022.
The poem's based on seeing a Gospel film
The Perfect Wave thanks to UCB on Sky 584.
Ian McCormack's account of Heaven and Hell
as told in A Glimpse Of Eternity...
The film was shown on the 14th of October 2014,
repeated on the Saturday the 18th, at 3.30pm.
A Glimpse of Eternity
website and film news
may also explain further.
The UCB TV website
and watch now details
can be found on Google.
Seek and ye shall find...
Also visit: aglimpseofeternity---dot---org
Also visit theperfectwave---dot---co---dot---za
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem