Michael P. Johnson

Freshman - 1,641 Points (7th Nov.1943 / New Silksworth / Sunderland Co/Durham England)

He's Coming Soon


Time, for many has been so long
I’ve heard my children’s cry
Prepare to sing your wedding song
Your Groom is drawing nigh


He’s coming soon, at last you’ll meet
Upon the Wind you’ll ride
My joy will soon be made complete
When Christ is by your side


Look up sweet bride, I’ve heard your prayer
Receive your robes of Light
Your Bridegroom’s cloud is almost there
He’ll soon be in your sight


In faith, you’ve answered Jesus’ call
I know you love my Son
In righteousness He’ll greet you all
And then you’ll both be one


Prayers are diamonds your lips have said
Rubies are songs you sing
Your praise great sapphires for your head
Your love’s a wedding ring


Your tears of pearl will never fade
Though hurt, you grew so fair
From all your jewels my Son has made
A crown for you to wear


I’ve longed to have you dwell with me
I’ve loved you from the start
So come my child come now and see
The treasures of my heart


For you my sweet and faithful few
My doors are open wide
With life eternal promised you
There’s so much love inside…

Submitted: Sunday, March 02, 2008

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