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A WASTED LIFE

Beyond accountability

God gave a year or was it ten?

Ten years you stalled and did not yield

Fully knowing that sin was SIN.

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One decade soon turned into two;

In sin you danced, ate, slept, and played.

God called you once, or was it twice?

You stayed on. On in sin you stayed.

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You cursed and took His name in vain;

Sin had you in a vise-grip hold.

There were few things you wouldn’t do;

Filthiness was common and bold.

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Four decades, make that five, now six,

Deep inside you knew you were wrong,

Unholy habits held you chained.

Who knew they’d ever be that strong?

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“I’ll quit when I want to,” sounds good;

It’s not honest – you were enslaved.

The man who once attended church

Do you know how, now, to be saved?

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Age has mounted up in your life;

The “big C” is now on your chart,

(Things begin to look uncertain)

Or was it trouble with your heart?

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Fun has vanished out the back door;

Years of folly pass by your eyes.

Is this how my dirty years end?

Death’s at the door, you realize.

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If you hear God’s slightest whisper,

Jump to answer, grasp His blest call.

Deserve mercy? None of us do.

Yield to the One Who died for all.

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May God hear you from your death bed

And grant you a last-minuet-birth.

– – – Others reading this, please don’t wait

Till your final hours on earth.

– eab,  2/21/17

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