Michael P. Johnson

Gold Star - 7,374 Points (7th Nov.1943 / New Silksworth / Sunderland Co/Durham England)

Who'll Experience Grace - Poem by Michael P. Johnson

Who has ears, while truths being said?
A heart, once hard as stone
Knows One rising, once three days dead
Now King, on Heaven's throne

Who can this testament offer?
Truly Life's facts, not deny
Come one's friend, life's foe, hell's scoffer
Knowing we really won't die

But slumber, years, months, weeks or days
Rotting one's flesh and bone
Waking from an imprecise daze
When tasting death alone

To judgment with wide open eyes
The whole wide world looking on
Truth reveals, life's secrets, life's lies
Believing, denying God's Son

Man selfish, Life's Truth, cannot see
Live, maintaining Life's law
Salvation can never true be
Without Jesus, Life's Door

Yet the world treats Jesus Christ slight
Thinking, man lives by man's rules
Living wrong, believing they're right
Unaware, they're devils fools

Who will experience God's grace?
Who'll feel God's perfect love
Living, talking, seeing God's face
Eternally above

Be no one's fool! Truthful be wise
Seek Christ be born again
Truly, to enter Paradise
Let Satan snare in vain.....

Topic(s) of this poem: christian


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 25, 2015



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