Michael P. Johnson
What Is Impossible? - Poem by Michael P. Johnson
The impossible is no more
Can boast restrictive chains
Eternal life, has an open Door
Where Jesus Christ, King reigns
Where true holiness, churches preach
Where blind receive their sight
The unattainable man can reach
Walking within the light
Though some may laugh at this decree
This statement actually, true
When souls once dead are living free
Will sceptics change their view?
Should evolution be believed?
Smog, cause global warming?
Is the world not being deceived?
Who thought man, hearts could transplant
Who thought, through space we'd go
For decades, death even recant
Six thousand years ago
How many think of salvation
In Jesus Christ believe
Christians, Life's future one nation
Heaven soon will receive
True Christians learn from our Father
Through Jesus Christ His Son
Through God's Holy Ghost would rather
See total victory won
Who will accept what God's giving
Salvation, now receive
Who will all others forgiving
The risen, living Christ, believe.....
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