God's Offer Of Pardon Expires At Death

God's Offer Of Pardon Expires At Death

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God's Offer Of Pardon Expires At Death
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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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God's Offer Of Pardon Expires At Death


''God's Offer Of Pardon Expires At Death''

Written By Daryl Stout

1) God's Offer Of Pardon expires at death, for everyone living on Earth.
One must repent of all of their sin, and receive in Christ, New Birth.
For if they reject The Lord here on Earth, at death, He'll honor their choice.
And, they will forever, regret they ignored, the Still Small Sound of His Voice.

2) God's Offer Of Pardon expires at death, and no one knows when that will be.
It is appointed for all souls to die, Heaven or Hell, all will see.
Death can come quick, or painfully slow; and, after that, it's too late.
No second chance, for you, to there change; your destiny, eternal fate.

3) God's Offer Of Pardon expires at death; though, while your sins cost is all paid.
Everyone must repent of their sin; decision to Christ, must be made.
By Grace are you saved, it is God's Gift; not of works, lest one should boast.
Rejecting what Christ did for you there, a choice that you'll regret most.

4) God's Offer Of Pardon expires at death; that moment of time, you can't see.
While it cost Christ His Life On The Cross, His Gift of Salvation is Free.
Come to The Lord now, just as you are; believe on Him, and be saved.
He died on The Cross, paid for your sin; and, He rose up from the grave.

5) God's Offer Of Pardon expires at death; don't wait until it's too late.
Eternal joy, or torment and pain; one of these, will be your fate.
For, one day soon, all souls ever lived; will bow to Christ on their knee.
Compelled by His Word, Judgment at hand; or doing it now, eagerly.

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