This poem is from the ''My Testimony -- To Soar With Jesus Collection''. Written by Daryl Stout. (C) Copyright 1989, 2017 by Daryl Stout. All Rights Reserved. Any abuse or unauthorized usage of this poetry will be dealt with at The Judgment Before Jesus Christ. The ''Soar With Jesus'' Eagle Design was created and designed by Dale Larison, and it is used by permission.
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Written By Daryl Stout
2) Christ alone, Three in One, The Holy Trinity.
Creator of The Universe, and all that you would see.
Where you spend eternity, is on what you decide.
Accepting Christ as your Lord, or heading for sins side.
3) Christ alone, left Heaven, to be born on Earth.
The Precious Saviour, in a manger, of a Virgin Birth.
Like all on Earth, in every way, except without sins curse,
For He came to die for all, fulfilling Scripture verse.
4) Christ alone, God's Only Son, The Lamb of God, The Word.
The only way to Heaven, no matter what you've heard.
He is The Truth, The Life, The Way, throughout eternity.
For He showed us how to live, in great humility.
5) Christ alone, there on the Cross, bled and died that day.
To pay for all sins ever done, or evil folks would say.
A free gift there, Salvation's Blood, to all who would receive.
When they repented of their sin, and God's Word, believed.
6) Christ alone, will judge mankind, all who have ever lived.
Eternal blessings for all those, their lives, to Christ, did give.
But damnation forevermore, in The Lake Of Fire,
For everyone rejecting Christ, to live sins desires.
7) Christ alone, is who I trust, in life, and in death.
Knowing I'll behold The Lord, when drawing my last breath.
Or one day in the Rapture, in the twinkling of an eye.
I'll praise His Name forevermore, there in Heaven's Sky.
8) Christ alone, the perfect picture, of God's Love and Grace.
Your choice on what what you do with Him, determines who you'll face.
Your Best Friend, He there will be, if His Blood's applied.
Your Worst Nightmare, rejecting Him, you'll be terrified.
9) Christ alone, knocks at your heart, wanting to come in.
He wants to be your Saviour, Lord, and purge you from your sin.
Will you now accept Him, humbly bow before His Throne??
Or have Him say ''Depart From Me...for you I've never known''.
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