Michael P. Johnson

Gold Star - 7,370 Points (7th Nov.1943 / New Silksworth / Sunderland Co/Durham England)

Who’ll Walk Life’s Way? - Poem by Michael P. Johnson

Who’ll walk Life’s way must first perceive
Man’s road is certain death
Must see The Cross must Christ believe
Can give eternal breath

Unwilling though to bend their knee
Whilst darkness interferes
The lost walk blind and ever be
Plagued with bitter tears

We must be silent giving thought
Observing God’s display
Consider Jesus Christ’s report
Then for His pardon pray

It may at first seem hard to do
But take a little pause
With past and future in your view
Review your present flaws

Linger a while a moment more
Allow The Light to rise
Allow The Truth within the door
And open wide your eyes

Allow a while once more to flow
Allow yourself unwind
Allow The Son of God to sow
Life’s Seed into your mind

Allow awhile to germinate
Let Jesus love declare
Allow your ego then deflate
That fruit may come to bear

When closing darkness tight our door
Walking by light of day
From here on in and all before
The Lord will lead The Way

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 1, 2008



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