Make The Right Call

He beckons me out of my slumber
He speaks in His soft, gentle voice
Write the words that are settled within you
Let the world know that they have a choice

I thought for a minute about this
Then I picked up my paper and pen
I knew what the message would be like
I knew there’s a choice in the end

He tells us in plain, simple language
That it’s heaven or hell for us all
Each of us has a decision
I hope that you make the right call

You can follow your own path as always
Ignoring the warnings of God
Refusing to know His sweet mercy
And the price His Son paid at the cross

We are all born with sin in our system
That seed was placed long ago
And sin will not make it to heaven
It can only be covered by blood

God sent His Son to redeem us
From the curse of sin we all acquired
Accepted His blood as our ransom
Is the remedy that God required

So today you have a decision
If Jesus is not in your heart
You can ask Him in and gain heaven
Orr from God you’ll forever depart

I put down my pen and I pondered
These words that he spoke to my heart
Then I once more asked Him to forgive me
For the times I had not done my part

He longs for us all to come to Him
Free from sin by the work of His Son
So accept Him today
And you’ll find the way
To make heaven your eternal home

In The End

I can’t imagine how I would feel
If  I didn’t know where I would go
There’s eternal bliss in heaven above
Or fire and torture below

There’s a way you can know where you will go
So you won’t have to be nervous again
Make Jesus your Lord by asking Him in
And in heaven you’ll be in the end

 

In response to the daily prompt Nervous

For All Eternity

My life was such a mess back then
I gave death little thought
I always lived my life down here
Like I didn’t give a squat

But then I learned there was a hell
And it was not for me
I didn’t want to burn down there
For all eternity

So I accepted Christ as Lord
And the price He paid for me
And I will live in heaven above
For all eternity

In response to the daily prompt Squat

One Good Choice

Many will say their life is just fine
And I think that’s terrific
But when they talk about what comes next
They don’t get too specific

Some say maybe heaven’s for me
Others think a party in hell
Some say they will just rot in the ground
And some just cannot tell

I’d like to get real specific today
There is only one good choice to make
Accept Jesus Christ and heaven’s your home
If not, then in hell you will bake

 

 

In response to the daily prompt Specific

Unthinkable Stink!

If you had a choice

To have one simple smell

That would be with you for all time

Would you choose something pungent

That makes you quite sick

Or a sweet smelling savor divine?

 

I’m here to tell you

You do have that choice

It must be made while you’re alive

Because hell is a place

Of unthinkable stink

While heaven has scents so sublime

 

To avoid the bad stink

And eternity’s flames

One choice is all you must make

Accept Jesus Christ

As Lord of your life

And you’ll pass through those heavenly gates

 

 

 

 

In response to the daily prompt Pungent

Which Way?

When it comes to heaven or hell

It is not really easy to tell

Which ones will be going

Without really knowing

Who sits on the liminal wall

 

You see you can’t sit in between

And hope to make heaven your scene

If Jesus is Lord

Then Heaven is yours

So make sure from sin you are clean

 

His blood washes whiter than snow

If you ask Him in you will know

He wil set you free

From sin’s dread disease

And Heaven will be your new home

 

 

In response to the daily promptLiminal

Avoiding The Fire

I have to admit, I’m a sinner

I’ll never be perfect down here

Try hard as I can

I never will stand

As a sinless man, that’s for sure

 

But I made a choice long ago

To avoid being scorched for all time

I asked Jesus in

And He covered my sin

Now heavens my home for all time

 

I am sure that you don’t intend

To burn in hell when your life ends

Why not ask Him today

To take your sins away

And you can have peace in the end

 

In  response to the daily prompt Scorched

Don’t Get Burned

I love to camp in the summer

And cook on the open flames

The food is so delightful

When we cook that way

 

Once in a while I’ll slip up

And get too close to the fire

I feel the heat on my hand

And I know that’s not my desire

 

I just can’t imagine the suffering

Of eternity spent in Hell

The heat of those flames unceasing

For all who who missed Christ and fell

 

So today put your trust in Jesus

And ask Him into your heart

Avoid the flames of that fire

And make a brand new start

 

 

 

 

In response to the daily prompt Flames

Which Will You Choose?

It’s an easy life

To just eat cake

Sit back and take it easy

But in the end

You’ll be alone

And hell will make you queasy

 

The harder road

Is sacrifice

A life that’s lived for Christ

But in the end

Heaven will win

You’ll enjoy eternal life

 

And when in Christ

The blessings far

Outweigh the price you pay

The cake you eat

While serving Christ

Gets sweeter every day

 

 

 

 

 

In response to the daily prompt Cake

The Great Escape

Lions and tigers and bears oh my

Roar out their power as we pass by

Fierce is the word that we use to describe

Their countenance on this earth

 

But fiercer still is the wrath of God

I don’t want to be in His anger caught

And there’s only one way to avoid the onslaught

That will come to those who don’t believe

 

Jesus, the way the truth, the life

You need to accept His sacrifice

He is the great escape for your life

Trust Jesus, and you will be saved.

 

In response to the Daily Prompt Fierce