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The End of Life...

Poem by: Jordothepeach

Summary

This came while pondering my life and wondering if I will leave any lasting impacts on this world, and what will happen when I meet Jesus.

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Submitted: April 12, 2012

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Submitted: April 12, 2012

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When the fateful day comes

Where I take my last breath,

What will happen Lord?

Will you reject me

As a coach may reject

A player who is no good?

Or will you accept

Me for what I have done for you?

Oh, how I can only hope

That I can make you proud

When at last I see Your face!

Did I do what you planned

For me to do God?

I know I have messed up,

But at the end of life

Can you look past that

And see my love?

I hope that when I die,

My kids, family, and friends

Could say that I made a difference

In their lives and the world

Because of You!

Oh Lord,

Please help me to follow

Your will to the end.


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This came while pondering my life and wondering if I will leave any lasting impacts on this world, and what will happen when I meet Jesus.

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