The Last Person Saved

The Last Person Saved

The Last Person Saved
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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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The Last Person Saved

''The Last Person Saved''

Written By Daryl Stout

1) You can't know for sure who is the last person saved.
Before the Rapture when the dead, rise up from the grave.
For anywhere upon the Earth, it could well occur.
And God's Judgment, from then on, can not be deferred.

2) Only God knows knows who is the last person saved.
All those accepting Christ, His Life for mankind gave.
For when God's Quota He has set, has been finally reached.
Fulfillment of the Rapture there, down through ages preached.

3) In times before Judgment, the last person saved.
Noah's family, children too, and their spouses brave.
Endured unending ridicule before the Flood there fell.
And all those there left behind, drowned, and went to Hell.

4) From Sodom and Gomorrah, the last person saved.
Lot's two daughters, and Lot there, escaped the judgment grave.
All things there, and the people, full of sins desires.
Burned alive, and sent to Hell, in God's Judgment Fire.

5) You don't want to follow, the last person saved.
Judgment hits all where they are, in open or in caves.
For God won't wait forever for you to come to Him.
And rejecting Jesus means that you'll die in your sin.

6) Don't take a chance to try to be the last person saved.
For God knows your all your motives; truth or lying knave.
Recanting your decision could put you in a place,
Instead of saved, you'll be lost, rejecting God's Free Grace.

7) The number rising daily to the last person saved.
The road to Heaven narrow, for the righteous paved.
Bliss or torment, it's your choice of eternal fate.
Don't put off accepting Christ, until it is too late.

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