In God's garden, I will see Such a majestical place. If I get that right to walk with Him, A frown will never be on my face. Lilies of the valley and Baby breath grow there, too; Flowers that look like velvet In yellow, red, and blue. They look like satin and Shine like a bright neon light, No thorns prickling my hands Or plants wilting before night. In His garden, everything Comes alive and will always bloom; No sickness for anyone Or a spirit of doom. He wore a crown of thorns On his head and bore all the pain. For our sins and transgression Our God reigns. That path to glory Is rough, long, and wide. Some make it and Are welcomed inside. No more fighting, bombs, guns, Terrorist's or war ...No standing In line for Christmas Present, In a department store. The aroma of goodness Exists and smells so fresh. With Him, we'll have no anger ... Just complete happiness. Sunbeams, rainbows, And shooting stars .... I'm heaven bound, for I have Found my Jupiter and Mars. Birds chirping, softly, Such a sweet gentle tune; Praying that our loved one's Will be with us soon. Such warmth fills the air As children gather to play. Jesus, now, is their Daddy. They Arrived safely and want to stay. So, when you come to the garden Of peace and love, you will never Feel cheated or alone. God is there And He will gladly share His home.
"In God's Garden" © 2003-2004 Nancy Hoback - Posted Thursday, July 01, 2004.
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