Michael P. Johnson

Gold Star - 7,372 Points (7th Nov.1943 / New Silksworth / Sunderland Co/Durham England)

Who’d Be A Millionaire - Poem by Michael P. Johnson

As sure as God’s on Heaven’s throne
With Jesus at His side
So love will rid my heart of stone
Of that which fools would hide

We must escape while time’s at hand
Whist grace on earth’s abound
Hold tight to that which God has planned
Climbing to higher ground

We need to quit our self made jail
Forsake the devil’s path
Those found with him will surely fail
To flee eternal wrath

But thank The Lord for wisdom’s song
For knowledge truth and Light
I see the consequence of wrong
And privileges of right

I’m full of love and flying high
With joy I’m wrapped in peace
When standing firm I’ll never die
Amidst my God’s increase

Though fools may scoff and slander still
My Saviour’s name blaspheme
But in my heart His perfect will
Will always reign supreme

I’ll buy of Christ what none can sell
Receive with nought to pay
Prosper in Him both sides of hell
And rise the youngest day

I have The Truth The Life and Way
The promise of The Tree
And have in Him to whom I pray
Love’s greatest guarantee

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 13, 2008



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