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Won't You Join Christ in Heaven?
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By James Pemberton
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Won’t You Join Christ In Heaven???



 



There’s a message that



 needs to be told.



There’s a heaven with



streets of pure gold.



 



Christ prepared a mansion



 for those who love him.



He’s done this, so his children



 can be with him!



 



Through him, a way to heaven



 has been made.



Through Christ’ blood, the way



 has been paid.



 



This can be the day for your salvation!



Won’t you come and accept



his invitation?



 



All of the angels in heaven rejoice



 when one comes.



To accept the forgiveness



 of God’s precious son!



 



Please come and accept



the savior’s call.



Being in heaven one day,



is worth it all!



 



By Jim Pemberton    10/05/16



 



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Submitted: Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Last Updated: Wednesday, October 5, 2016

About the Poet
I and my wife have 4 grown children and currently live in the Pacific Northwest. I've spent much of my life doing volunteer work in the food distribution for the needy among local churches. Many of the poems I've written are a reflection of times of adversity as a reminder of God's love and faithfulness. I've found many opportunities to share my poems with those who are hurting and discouraged. I'm thankful for the reports of many of the poems touching people's lives. I hope that the poems included on Wordchimes will touch and bless your life too!


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